‘It’s all about business’: Nadal blasts Wimbledon shot-clock plan Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal insisted that plans by Wimbledon to introduce a 25-second shot clock will kill off the sport’s capacity for epic Grand Slam confrontations. The US Open will have a shot clock for this year’s tournament with Wimbledon poised to follow suit. World number one Nadal is routinely warned for slow play between points. However, he believes players need time to compose themselves between points and to ponder tactics over five sets. “If you want to see a quick game without thinking, well done,” said Nadal. “If you want to keep playing in a sport that you need to think, you need to play…
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