Carlos Moya believes that Rafael Nadal, who won his second major of the year in New York last week, is capable of competing at the highest level for a few more years if he manages to stay fit. The Spaniard is just three Grand Slams away from equalling Roger Federer's record of 19 major titles.
Moya teamed up with Nadal alongside Toni Nadal in December last year and the trio
"If he can stay as healthy as he is now, without injury, motivated, looking after himself the way he is, we will be talking about Rafa for years to come," Moya said in an interview with atpworldtour.com.
"He is a player who broke records as a teenager and who is now breaking them as a veteran as well. This is something we haven't see much in the history of tennis.
"When I joined the team I knew that there was much more to come for Rafa, that if he stayed injury free and continued training with the same motivation,
"He always gives the best of himself. We are talking about one of the greatest players in history and, as such, my faith in him is rock solid."