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MADRID, Spain—After a seven-month hiatus nursing an injured knee, Rafael
Nadal is nervous about his upcoming return to the tennis court and believes it
may be some time before he is back in top form. Justin Tucker Super Bowl Jersey . “I have my
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how it is going respond,” Nadal told Canal Plus television on Friday. “But I can
only trust my doctors and believe in myself and that everything will be all
right.” The 26-year-old Spaniard is set to play an exhibition tournament in Abu
Dhabi on Dec. 27, his first action since being sidelined with tendinitis in his
left knee following a second-round loss to then 100th-ranked Lukas Rosol at
Wimbledon in June. The injury prevented Nadal from defending his Olympic singles
gold at the London Games, where he was supposed to be Spains flag bearer in the
opening ceremony. He also had to pull out of the U.S. Open and Spains Davis Cup
final against the Czech Republic, which his teammates lost without him. The
11-time Grand Slam winner and former No. 1 said his knee has improved over the
last two months after making frustratingly little progress during the summer.
Even so, he acknowledged that he may have to skip some more events in order to
get back to full speed. “Im prepared to accept that at the start my knee might
not respond well and I may have to take it easy, mixing periods of play and rest
for the first three months,” he said. Nadal said that he wanted to play at
Indian Wells and Miami with the goal of being completely fit by April to play at
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TCU. NEW ORLEANS —The Hornets, Suns and Timberwolves have agreed to a
multiplayer trade sending 7-foot centre Robin Lopez and forward Hakim Warrick
from Phoenix to New Orleans, while moving forward Wesley Johnson and a
first-round draft pick from Minnesota to Phoenix, a person familiar with the
deal said. The person told The Associated Press about the trade on condition of
anonymity Wednesday because it has not been announced pending the completion of
some routine logistical matters. The deal also sends guard Jerome Dyson and
retiring centre Brad Millers $5.1 million contract from New Orleans to
Minnesota, allowing the Timberwolves to clear space under the NBAs salary cap as
they pursue free agents. Minnesota also will receive two second-round draft
picks from New Orleans, while the Hornets will receive cash. Minnesota general
manager David Kahn declined to confirm the deal when asked about it on a
conference call Wednesday, saying only that he is “not allowed to comment on
anything that hasnt been consummated.” The acquisition of Lopez fills a need at
centre for the Hornets, who traded away Emeka Okafor