Rafael Nadal pulls out of Aegon

The French Open was Nadal’s first Grand Slam title since the 2014 French Open.Stan Wawrinka has revealed that he can not say which was bigger – Roger Federer winning the Australian Open after being six months out or Rafael Nadal winning a record 10th French Open title.World number one Andy Murray believes that no tennis player ever again will be able to pull of a Rafa Nadal and win 10 #Grand Slam titles at one of the four Major events. He chose to skip the clay court season – with age comes wisdom – to spare himself the wear and tear that comes with playing on dirt.Not that Federer’s presence would’ve made a difference; not the way Nadal played. You hesitate also for only a second, but then it’s too late. “It’s hard to win a Grand Slam once but to do it 10 times at the same place, on a surface which is physically so demanding, but mentally is a tough surface as well – long points and long rallies” Murray told Sky Sports News HQ. “It’s impossible to compare it to another place”, the 31 year old said.”I am not the first one and I will be not the last one neither to lose here to Nadal“, he added. “He is an unbelievable fighter, he is so hard to play against”. But as I said, there isn’t anything to say about this match. “Just the scores. [Countryman] Stan [Wawrinka] I followed a little bit, and of course I felt bad for him during the final”.