Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal (R) smiles beside Swiss's player tennis Roger Federer during the opening of the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor on October 19, 2016. / AFP / JAIME REINA
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Rafael Nadal insists he can still compete with the best in the world for "many years to come" after opening his tennis academy alongside Roger Federer in Mallorca Wednesday.Nadal and Federer have slipped down the world rankings this season due to a lack of form and fitness.Federer won't play again this year due to ongoing rehabilitation on a knee injury, while Nadal refused to confirm if he intends to play in 2016 .However, Nadal also hinted he could return at the Swiss Indoor tournament in Basel next week.
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