“I mean, they have the power to have a lot of tournaments. I have never played a tournament, an official one. But, let’s see how it is gonna be.
“I have no doubts that I will play over there in the future.” His more pressing concern was a bit of rest and relaxation before trying to live up to his billing at SW19.
“I will have some days off to recover, to turn off my mind and be ready at the practice before Wimbledon,” he said.
The Spaniard’s 6-4, 6-4 win over Alex de Minaur puts him back on top of the world when this morning’s rankings are announced – the list the All England Club follow when appointing their seedings for the Championships which start on Monday.
It also makes him a spokesman of sorts for the players, after ATP chairman Andrea Gaudenzi admitted at the weekend that “positive” …