What's higher? Changing into a world No. 1 or profitable extra Grand Slam titles? In a latest press convention, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal was requested about it. 'Something gonna be good', Nadal stated smiling. The 32-year-old gained 17 Majors. 'About No. 1, you might be No. 1 or you aren’t No. 1. Can't be a aim. Shouldn’t be doable to have your aim to be No. 1 as a result of in case you're not profitable essential tournaments, you're not going to have any likelihood to be No. 1. So my actual aim proper now’s simply making an attempt to be aggressive in each match that I gonna play, and really feel once I go on court docket I can win towards everyone. Being No. 2, No. four, No. 5 doesn't have an effect on me so much. Positive, be No. 1 is a bit of bit completely different, however the remainder doesn't matter. Solely factor is to be aggressive to win titles.'
Nadal additionally added: 'I feel I improved on laborious. Since 2005, I did very nicely on laborious court docket, too. Absolutely I improved a number of points of my recreation. That offers me extra possibilities to play higher in each match on laborious as a result of I taking part in nicely the slice and volleying. My volley's a bit of bit higher. Positive, the serve, too. Most likely on clay I did very nicely. However I solely play 4, 5 tournaments on clay yearly. Shouldn’t be so much. I feel all the time the clay gonna be a bit of bit simpler for me.'