French Open winner Rafael Nadal, who lost in straight sets in the Gerry Weber Open quarter-finals to Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany, is heading home to Mallorca to rest ahead of Wimbledon, which starts on 25 June. Top seed Nadal was on a 13-match winning run that including a record seventh French Open triumph, but went down 6-3 6-4 to Kohlschreiber in Halle. Nadal confirmed he would now be heading home to Mallorca. “I can''t practice on grass there but it''s better not to practice for a few days. It''s time to rest with my family, friends, to relax,” he said. “I''ve played almost every match possible since Indian Wells. When I''m ready to come back, I''ll go to Wimbledon,” Nadal said. Nadal was in difficulty right from his first service game and Kohlschreiber, the eighth seed, wrapped up the first set in just over 30 minutes, the BBC reports. After saving two breaks in game one of the second set, Nadal then wasted three chances to break in game four. Kohlschreiber kept calm to seal a fine victory and reach the last four.