Retired tennis star David Nalbandian has shared details of his playing career as he reminisces.
He disclosed that he played many key games with injuries. The star, who retired four years back, revealed that he played the 2004 French Open semis with injury.
He defeated the then top ranked players in Gustavo Kuerten and Marat Safin on the route to the last four but his injuries prevailed as he succumbed 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-0 against Gaston Gaudio.
“I played with a torn abdomen. But I think that Gaston was playing very well, and especially on the clay, a surface which always affects me more,” he said.
He had reached the final in Rome and was expected to replicate such at the Grand Slam event but he failed to. He had to take a two months break after that. Continue reading NALBANDIAN REMINISCES ABOUT HIS PLAYING DAYS