Rafael Nadal Withdraws From Laver Cup for ‘Personal Reasons’

Rafael Nadal withdrew from the remainder of the Laver Cup on Saturday morning for “personal reasons,” his spokesman confirmed to ESPN.

The authority choice comes after Nadal insinuated his withdrawal following Friday night's close to home pairs match close by Roger Federe

The couple lost in a tiebreak to Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe, yet conveyed various essential minutes all through the night

After a joint question and answer session with Federer, in which he talked radiantly of his long-lasting opponent

Nadal met with Spanish columnists at London's O2 Field and let them know he expected to get back.

I'm bad, I'm bad," Nadal said, per ESPN.

The fact of the matter is these have been troublesome weeks in that sense. Not many, not very many long periods of rest, a touch of pressure overall

Nadal, 36, has been nursing a stomach injury that constrained him to pull out before his elimination round match at Wimbledon this year