Rafael Nadal fans must be satisfied. Not only his fans but Tennis lovers all over the World were eagerly waiting to see glimpses of the old Nadal. Much to the amazement of the fans, Nadal seems to have regained his lost rhythm.

The resurgent Spanish national is making it look simple on the court exactly as it used to be.  The King of Clay will now look to torment his opponents with his phenomenal injection of power on the court.

Last year everything went wrong for the star player. According to Tempo, “Nadal was humiliated by Novak Djokovic in the French Open quarter-finals — a tournament he had ruled for a decade.”

The 14-time Grand Slam winner would like to put everything behind and continue with his current form. At the ATP World Tour Finals “Nadal has crushed Andy Murray and Stanislas Wawrinka, the world’s number two and four respectively,” as per sources.

His semi final spot looks to be prominent after his thumping 6-4 6-1 victory over Murray. While speaking to reporters at the O2 Arena, he states, “The sport in general is simple.”

“When I hit the ball and I know the ball will go in, when I don’t think about how to hit the ball, when I think just about where to hit it, that’s good news.”

“This year, I’ve been worried about how to hit the ball, not to miss, rather than hit the ball where I can damage the opponent. I have been more worried about myself than the opponents for a lot of matches. Like that it’s impossible to compete at the highest level.”

”Today I feel free. That means I’m happy.”

He further states with confidence, “I’m happy how the things are going the last couple of weeks.”

“It’s good to finish the year with this positive energy. That helps to try to start next year in better shape.”

Stay tuned for more updates on the ATP World Tour Finals event.