Former World No. 1 Rafael Nadal is tired of the talk about his struggles in the last ATP season. In a recent interview, the Spanish pro stated that he’s done talking about the past and is now ready to take on the new season.

"Seriously, I'm a little bit tired of talking every day about 2015. We are in 2016 already, no? We talked enough about 2015, and I talked enough about all the things that happened,” Nadal stated via ABC News. "I have been very honest in all the press conferences without lying or without (not saying) the things that really happen to me.”

Nadal’s struggles in 2015 have been well documented even as the Spanish pro himself admitted that much of it has been on the mental side of the game. Nadal’s play has dropped in the last two ATP seasons when he fell all the way down from No. 1 in the ATP rankings to World No. 5 entering the 2016 season.

In the same article, Nadal stated that he’s “ready for the next season” and he wants to build on the positive results in the latter part of the 2015 season.

While Nadal’s play and performance have dropped, his rivals Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have remained part of the elite players in the men’s singles tour. The likes of Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka have also upped the level of their play, putting Nadal in a position where he is ranked lower in most tournaments.

Nadal is tied in second place with the legendary Pete Sampras in the all-time list for most Grand Slam titles with 14 majors championships. However, he has only added one Grand Slam title and had early exits in most Grand Slam tournaments in the last two seasons due to his injuries and poor performances.

The Spanish star will start his 2016 campaign at the Qatar Open where he is seeded second. Nadal will face Pablo Carreno Busta in the first round match on Tuesday.