Someone hacked Rafael Nadal’s Twitter account

On Wednesday afternoon, it was quite clear that Rafael Nadal’s Twitter was hacked.

Rafa apologized in Spanish which translated means: “I just realized that third parties have entered into my profile making unacceptable use. I have already recovered it. I regret what happened.”

The retweet sent out by the hacker has been deleted. The hacker retweeted a message about some Spanish political stuff.

Would you be worried if you were Rafa? Comment below with your thoughts!

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21 thoughts on “Someone hacked Rafael Nadal’s Twitter account

  1. Rafa did mention the hurricane when he accepted this trophy at the US Open so am not sure why Judi Bennet posted that he didn’t obviously. She didn’t watch the final ! We did in Scotland and heard his speech . Hackers seem to get in every where so no account is now save Vamos Rafa best player ever 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

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  2. Amelia Chilleron Hellin

    Confiamos en ti de k jamas haras un comentario irespetuoso y fuera d contexto y gracias!! por apoyar la unodad d España…como siempre Rafa eres un ejemplo a seguir..TE QUEREMOS!!!

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  3. Judi Bennett

    I’m really disappointed that he never mentioned the hurricane & victims that were running for their lives while he played. Many thousands of fans didnt get to see the final match like my 95 yr old Mom who is such a huge Rafa fan. Its all she had to look forward to as we evacuated her retirement home. He could also make a donation I’m sure. I pray he stays humble. Love you Rafa

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    1. if you can watch the trophy ceremony on Youtube, you will see that at the end of the speed, Rafa gave a very heartwarming speech about the victims of earthquake in Mexico and Hurricane in Florida. Hope everyone will be safe and blessed. Vamos Rafa.

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    2. Liz Miles

      you did not listen to his acceptance speech. He mentions the earthquake in Mexico and the flooding in Florida and other places in the Carribean

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    3. Paula

      Rafa certainly DID MENTION the two hurricanes and the earthquake in Mexico upon accepting his US Open trophy!! He is a true model of humility, generosity, and humanity.
      Congratulations y Vamosssss Rafa!!!!

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    4. Susie

      Hi Judi – Rafa made sure he mentioned about the suffering of the hurricane victims at the end of his us open acceptance speech. Im not sure why you thought he hadnt? Anyway i hope all is well with you and yours and that everyone is safe.

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    5. Bis

      He did it!!! And actually only he did it. Nobody else. So,please check the facts before posting untruths. Hopping all is better now with you and your mom.

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    6. Merlyn Darcie

      As you obviously did not watch to the end you missed him saying his thoughts were with all those affected by the earthquake in Mexico and those affected by the hurricane in the islands and Florida.
      He is always thoughtful of others.

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      1. Judi Bennett

        Thank you for telling us. We were driving most of the time and in long traffic to evacuate. My 95 yr old mom is such a big fan. We still havent seen the final match. ,(
        I’m so glad he did say something kind about all the ones that list everything. We were blessed that we get to home tomorrow and maybe I can find the champion match for my Mom. Shes so proud of him and prays for him so stay healthy and win! Thank you Rafa!

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  4. Ana the biggest fan to Rafa

    Rafa that’s scary .you can not trust any one .vamossssssss champ and congrats in your win U S OPEN.🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🇺🇸❤️

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