They may have a role to play in his success.
He embodied the spirit of Wimbledon’s whites following his heartbreaking 6-3 6-4 3-6 4-6 15-13 4th round exit at the hands of Gilles Muller
Even though, Rafael Nadal achieved the French Open+Wimbledon double in 2008 and 2010, things don't look too bright for him this time round.
It’s common knowledge that staying at the top is more difficult than getting there, and the current World No. 1 Andy Murray is learning it the hard way.
Nadal started playing tennis when he was just four years old, and since then, Uncle Toni’s advice has helped the Spaniard scale new heights.