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PARIS - With a fifth French Open in the bag and back as world No 1, Rafael Nadal could have been excused a morning off yesterday.
Instead, he was on his way to west London to sharpen his grasscourt skills.
Nadal's victory over Sweden's Robin Soderling at Roland Garros on Sunday, his fifth French Open title in six years, broke Roger Federer's year-long reign at the top of the rankings and confirmed that the Spaniard is back to his formidable best.
After missing last year's short grasscourt season and the chance to defend the Wimbledon crown he won so memorably against Federer in 2008, the 24-year-old Spaniard will arrive at Queen's Club for the traditional warm-up event on a high.
"The confidence is always the most important thing. So winning here and winning the last 22 matches on clay is always very good preparation for grass," Nadal told reporters after his Paris victory.
"On Monday afternoon (yesterday) I'm going to be practising on Queen's, not for long, for 45 minutes. Maybe I will love to play doubles on Tuesday (today) there to prepare. And I'm sure I'm gonna play the singles on Wednesday (tomorrow).
"But I'm very happy. I'll try and practise and spend as much time on the court this week to find my momentum on grass. That's my objective. I'll try and arrive as prepared as possible to play my best Wimbledon ever." - Reuters