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LONDON - Rafael Nadal will return to Queen's this year after he was unable to defend his title at the grass-court tournament last year.
In 2008, Nadal was the first man to win at the French Open, Queen's Club and Wimbledon in the same year, but his persistent knee problems prevented him from defending his titles on grass at Queen's and Wimbledon last year.
The Spaniard said yesterday there was now more motivation for him this year because he could not defend those titles. Nadal also said not playing at Wimbledon last year was one of the toughest decisions of his career.
lFormer Wimbledon semifinalist Tim Henman insists he does not want to become Great Britain's next Davis Cup captain.
British tennis hit a new low last weekend with an embarrassing Davis Cup defeat to Lithuania that left the team on the verge of relegation to the Europe/ Africa Group 3, the lowest tier of the competition.
The shock defeat left current captain John Lloyd considering his future after becoming the first British skipper to oversee five successive losses.
But Henman, 35, who reached six Grand Slam semifinals and was ranked as high as fourth in the world in his career, is relishing life away from the sport. - Sapa-AFP