Rafael Nadal withdraws from Shanghai Masters due to wrist injury

Rafael Nadal was made to withdraw from the Shanghai Masters due to a wrist injury.
The injury plagued the Spaniard throughout the latter phases of this Laver Cup and he was unable to compete at his singles match in Geneva.
The ATP Pros 1000 event of the season – had been set to compriseThe Big Four of Novak Djokovic, Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray for the first time since the Australian Open of January.
But, Nadals wait to get a Shanghai name will now continue.
Im really unhappy to announce that I will not be able to play in Shanghai this season. Its the second year in a row and also in China I have great supporters, Nadal said in a statement.
However, as you probably know, I had an inflammation in my left wrist during the Laver Cup and that I have not had the opportunity to recover and practice to be ready. I am hoping to return in Shanghai for the 2020 tournament
The Grand Slam winner is month in an 11-game winning streak, which featured his dramatic US Open triumph.
Nadal has dropped only one of the last 29 games, a streak that contained his French Open title in Montreal and Rome at Roland Garros and Masters names.
Nevertheless, his absence will give defending Shanghai winner Djokovic the opportunity to close the gap on the 33-year-old in the struggle to complete year-end world No 1.
The Serbian trailed Nadal to London coming to this week by 1,960 points at the ATP Race, however Djokovic could make 500 points when he triumphs in Tokyo this weekend and an points if he still keeps his Shanghai crown.

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