The Spanish tennis player Rafa Nadal underwent a "small intervention" by arthroscopy this Friday to review the left psoas injury that forced him to abandon competitions in January.
Said intervention was carried out in Barcelona by doctors Marc Philippon, Jaume Vilaró and Ángel Ruiz-Cotorro and this Saturday, on the day the Spaniard turns 37, they will communicate the result and give more information about his condition.
Nadal has only completed four games so far in 2023. He played in the United Cup and lost the two games he played, against the British Cameron Norrie and the Australian Alex de Minaur.
Later, he went to the Australian Open and lost in the second round, injured.
The Spanish tennis player then announced the psoas injury and although he has started training on the court for a long time, he has not returned to a tournament since mid-January.
His last resignation was the most painful for him. On May 18, he announced that his injury prevented him from attending Roland Garros, the tournament that he has won fourteen times.