Just doesn't look good for Nadal
The sporting press, cynical by nature, is always looking for The Moment.
That critical-mass instance when a star athlete's career crests and begins to descend. Three years ago, in the crucible of March Madness in Miami, Roger Federer appeared to cross that threshold, smashing his racket in an eerie echo of his tempestuous junior days.
This spring, Miami may have again produced that same, sad window to a career suddenly, startlingly on the decline. Strapping Rafael Nadal, ...
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