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Rafa confirmed for DavisCup vs Belgium

2/01/2011Rafaholics ™



Some google translated articles from the Spanish press on Rafa's participation of Davis Cup, Spain vs Belgium.


Nadal will return to play Davis Cup against Belgium
AS.com
Rafael Nadal must remain resting for 10 days from today, and then begin work on court after suffering a torn adductor muscle in the left leg during the Australia Open, so he may be available for the Davis Cup tie against Belgium, from 4 to 6 March in Charleroi.

The Balearic player had MRI and ultrasound done, which has made it clear to Angel Ruiz Cotorro, Spanish Tennis Federation doctor, the state of world number one.

"He has a good prognosis, " Cotorro told EFE , who is optimistic, noting that once cured the injury will not be repeated. "Nadal is calm, and now all he has to do is follow the steps provided, " he said.

Nadal is being treated with physiotherapy, anti inflammatory, Tecar, and specific stretches. The player was injured in the quarter-final in Melbourne against compatriot David Ferrer.

The Spaniard has alreadystated on his website the Davis Cup clash against Belgium is the first tournament he's going to come back after his injury .




Doctors estimate that Nadal is standing up to February 10
MARCA.com


Rafael Nadal left Australia with a 2 centimeter tear after his quarter-final where he lost to David Ferrer. After undergoing some initial testing to discard more substantial injury, Rafa, after his arrival in Manacor, there was a new check (magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound) to determine his condition.

In the words of the medical report issued by the doctor Angel Ruiz Cotorro, the world No. 1 has a "2 cent. tear in the adductor muscle in his left leg" to be treated with NSAIDs, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory, Tecar and specific stretches. Doctors estimate a recovery period of about ten days from Tuesday, so the routine would not return until February 10. In your calendar enta particular perspective the first round of Davis Cup in which Spain is measured in fief outside Belgium and the first 1,000 of the season Masters in Indian Wells and Miami. 

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