NADAL: ‘Del Potro is the unhappiest man in tennis! He would be the first in the world if there were no injuries’

The experienced expert believes that the Argentine would seriously fight the ‘big three’.

Huan Martin Del Potro is a man when no one liked to ‘draw’ in the draw. Great tennis player from Argentine, recognizable by his strong forehand, is one of the few players to win a Grand Slam title during the ‘big three’. Popular Delpo has lifted the trophy on US open 2009.

Del Potro won two medals at Olympic Games and one Davis Cup. During his career, he lifted 22 trophies, and earned about 25 million dollars from tennis. It is a real pity that the injuries were prevented Juana to show all he possesses. Great talent, skills and great physical predispositions best describe Argentine.

Tennis, Davis Cup 2011.Serbia Vs. Argentina, semifinal.Janko Tipsarevic Vs. Juan Martin Del Potro.Juan Martin Del Potro, returns the ball.Belgrade, 16.09.2011..photo: Srdjan Stevanovic / Starsportphoto ©

Uncle and coach Rafaela Nadala, Toni, considers that Del Potro the ‘most unhappy’ man in the world of tennis.

Del Potro is the unhappiest man in tennis. If he hadn’t had so many injuries, he would have been the first in the world for sure. He would compete with the ‘big three’ regularly and would be equal to them – he pointed out Toni Nadal.


Source: HotSport by hotsport.rs.

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