WATCH: Rafa seems pretty busy ahead of the 2016 US Open

Soon after arriving in New York, Rafael Nadal visited the Manhattan showroom of the Cosentino Group, the leading global Spanish company in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for the world of architecture and design.

During the “Meet and Greet” Rafa highlighted the importance of the US market for Cosentino and said “it is to admire that a family owned Spanish company has achieved such an important presence for its brands in this complex market”. The tennis player, who in the beginning of the year visited Cosentino’s headquarter offices in Almeria, remarked about Dekton® that “we have used it very much in the tennis Academy we are building in Manacor, where the first promotion of resident students is to begin in a few weeks”.

Source: Cosentino


  1. Rafa I am quite sure you have your fingers on the Dekton pulse,and even if it is giving support to a Spanish company you sure know what you are doing.
    All the best for practice for the US Open and I look forward to seeing you in Australia soon,

    Love and prayers,


  2. Geez Rafa, have you read the terrible Dekton reviews? Did Cosentino donate the Dekton, or grant the academy a huge discount, and if that’s the case truth in advertising should rule. Or are you simply praising a Spanish owned company. Think about it.


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