Sunday, November 27, 2011

Nadal intensify your workouts in La Cartuja

Rafael Nadal and Fernando Verdasco on Sunday have been trained with great intensity on the track adjacent to the plant located at the Stadium of La Cartuja in Seville, where Spain will play next weekend's Davis Cup final against Argentina.

On the second day of testing at the La Cartuja Olympic, Nadal and Verdasco exercised for nearly two hours on the track adjacent to the principal, where he first made motion exercises and then played a match between them at maximum intensity. In the center ring the Toledo worked with Marcel Granollers Feliciano Lopez, Spanish team's reserve player, and Marc Lopez doubles player, called by the captain of Spain Albert Costa, to assist in training. Feliciano Lopez training consisted of a 'two against one' to young people Granollers and Marc Lopez, as to force the player to the most demanding acting individually.

After arriving on Friday at Seville after being eliminated in the London Masters Cup by Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Rafael Nadal has also practiced with Verdasco's serve in the first session on Sunday, while the afternoon will be exercised with Granollers installed on center court at the stadium in Seville. In the next few hours, is due to arrive in the Andalusian capital of Toni Nadal, uncle and trainer of Rafa Nadal, who will join the team and probably closer to the stadium of La Cartuja.

Also join the team's Spanish in Seville Alicante David Ferrer, No. 5 in the world and second in Spain, though not exercised, but is left with a physiotherapist in the hotel recovering from the fatigue accumulated in the tournament in London. Ferrer is the only component of the Spanish team that has not yet made contact with the court in Seville, he has had to delay his arrival to Sevilla today after it was removed yesterday in the semifinals of the Masters Cup in London by the Swiss Roger Federer, ranked number four in the ATP.

The Argentine team has also conducted the first of two training sessions at the stadium will now La Cartuja in Seville, in whose center court worked Juan Monaco and David Nalbandian, while the remainder was brought to the auxiliary field.


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