As he continues to train in his academy in Mallorca, it is instructive to note that the Cincinnati Masters 1000 never really thrilled the Spanish player.
During his career, he has visited Ohio twelve times since 2004. He has a record of 22 wins and 11 losses and has only lifted the trophy once, in 2013, against John Isner.
His last appearance was in 2017 where he was beaten in the quarter-finals by a certain Nick Kyrgios.
Between another week of intensive training and traveling to ‘Cincy’ for a tournament where he has never been really comfortable, the choice will be difficult for the Spanish player’s team.
We lean on our side for the first solution even if Rafa will arrive at the US Open without a match in the “legs”.
Published on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 11:54