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Carlos Moya says he is leaving Rafael Nadal to his own physical conditioning as they deal with the current suspension of all tennis due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tennis is on pause until June 8 at the earliest as a result of the virus.
Nadal has been in Spain ever since flying back to Porto Cristo following the cancellation of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.
And speaking in an interview with the ATP, Nadal’s coach Moya revealed they are in contact and the 33-year-old is feeling a bit restless.
He said: “We have contact, but there is not much to do in terms of work. He is doing physical work and maintaining himself. He is not taking it very well, not being able to leave his house because he is very active.”