Monte Carlo Masters bosses are hoping that Rafael Nadal makes his comeback at their unofficial start to the European clay season which begins on April 9, Easter Sunday.

The king of clay who owns 11 titles at the seaside Country Club has been dropping social media hints that the principality could be the venue for his return to action after last playing at the Australian Open.

The 36-year-old who currently ranks ninth due mainly to inactivity in 2023 has been posting vids of training sessions at home on Mallorca.

TD David Massey may have an inside track into the plans of the 22-time Grand Slam champion.

“Rafa he was the first registered player. He really wants to play in the Monte Carlo Masters and is giving himself every opportunity to participate in the tournament that he loves so much ,” the Brit said as decision day for Team Rafa approaches.

Main photo:- Rafa Nadal waves to fans as he exits Australian Open second round match Roger Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd


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