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You learn a lot more from wins than from defeats, in-form Nadal says

When asked whether Federer needs fewer games to find the right rhythm, Nadal is unconvinced. He himself had great comebacks from injury in 2013 and again this year, he recalled.

"There are times when things happen one way or another, and luck plays a part too," he said.

In his 30s, Nadal still hopes for many more years on the ATP tour, and he would like to keep improving.

"We all have a natural evolution. Along the way I have lost a few things and gained many others. Over the years to come, which I hope are several more, I will keep losing a few things and I hope to gain others to keep competing at the highest level," he said.

That does not mean changing his style of play, however.

"You cannot go against your style. What you need to do is to be ready so that your head, your body and your style of play are in line with your options, because you cannot go against your mentality," Nadal said.

"Within that framework, you can of course adjust things. It is true that I am more aggressive than I was eight years ago, but the basis of my game is the same."

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