Johannesburg, Aug.11 (ANI): Former World’s No.1 Rafael Nadal has affirmed that he has no plans to retire from the game, despite a fall in his ranking.
The 29-year-old said that he remains motivated, and would call it quits if he lost the thrill of playing,Sport 24 reported.
He also felt that he could still deliver top class tennis.
Nadal has slumped to 10th in world rankings after he lost his French Open Title.
He also suffered a second round exit at Wimbledon.
But he won his 47th clay-court title at Hamburg Open and now hopes to use that achievement to his advantage during his summer hard court opener.
Nadal will play either Ukraine’s Sergiy Stakhovsky or Canada’s Filip Peliwo in his first match in Montreal, Canada.(ANI)^