Carlos Moya believes Nadal will come back strong to fight for Grand Slam titles- The Famous Spanish Tennis Player Rafael Nadal who ranked Currently at No. 4 in the world and won about 14 Grand Slam titles in Singles, 28 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event, 17 ATP World Tour 500. Rafael Who had been Coached by his Uncle Toni Nadal who made Nadal Professional player in year 2001 are in Talks about 2016 Prediction As per the Toni Nadal 2016 will be a great full year from Spaniard as they will be reward with many Grand slam titles as he said all this with an interview with ESPN . He had a great confidence in Rafael Nadal that he can take forward the game as he us just 30 Now. He believe he can had kitty of awards this year as Spaniard is known as King of Clay.
He said “I think that he can win more Grand Slams. He can win the Australian Open in January. And he can win Wimbledon, too. The last few years, Rafael arrives at Wimbledon and he loses early, and very fast. And, in Roland Garros, for sure, Rafael can win. In tennis, you need confidence to do things. It’s impossible to do anything without confidence. You can’t win any good tournaments if you think you cannot and you don’t believe,”
Toni Rafael admitted that his Nephew had the difficult time in 2015 but he put confidence that he had distinguish all such things in mind now and he firstly made clear that Rafael is now active and much more comfortable at the court and he is been focused on what he has to do now and he shows everything on the court what he thinks.He also sad he was confused enough about what to do and what not to but now he is pretty clear to make his self clear and he will make his move and he had possibility to play well.
In an Interview with the 30 Years old player he had admitted that he was in fear of loosing the game in 2015 season which made a negative results for him. It is very first time for him that he had the fear of failure.The Nadal who is known as King of Clay not won any big heavy title this year is confused to find his form and losing the Australian opens and also kicked out the 2nd Wimbledon against Dustin Brown.