April 26 (Reuters) – Rafa Nadal said he would love to keep playing long enough for his son to remember him on court, though the Grand Slam champion concedes time is not on his side.

The  Spaniard, who has said he expects to retire after the 2024 season, returned to competition in Brisbane in January after almost a year sidelined with a hip flexor injury.

He was then out for another stretch due to a thigh issue and while he returned in Barcelona last week he says he is far from being in top form and does not know if he will play in next month’s French Open.

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