Rafael Nadal and Kei Nishikori have spent time getting to know a wombat ahead of the Fast4 tennis exhibition in Sydney on Monday.
Rafael Nadal looked super suave wearing a sharp navy blue suit with a white shirt and nice tie at the Tommy Hilfiger event in Madrid.
He visited the renowned El Corte Inglés department store to meet with consumers, VIPs and friends of the brand, and answer their style questions in a unique Q&A session.
FYI: Rafa is wearing a single breasted blue suit by THFLEX Rafael Nadal Edition Capsule Collection with shirt and tie by Tommy Hilfiger Tailored.
Source: Just Jared, EFE
For the fourth year in a row, Rafael Nadal and golfer Jose Maria Olazábal hosted a pro-am golf tournament in Mallorca to benefit their foundations. Check out the videos!
Rafael Nadal was in the stands at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday to support his favorite football club.
A scrappy late finish by substitute Álvaro Morata earned Real Madrid a 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao and sent Zinedine Zidane’s side to the top of La Liga.
Rafa said in the interview that watching football doesn’t make him tired and we are happy that our champ has got another chance to enjoy in Real Madrid’s victory.
Rafa also said:
I want to rest for a few days. I injured my wrist during the Madrid Open and I’ve only played without pain during the US Open.
Mentally I was feeling good but playing with the pain during all these months hasn’t helped.
Source: Tennis Forum
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer reunited on Wednesday to open the Spaniard’s new academy in Mallorca.
Rafa gifted the Swiss with a special poster, commemorating their best moments on court together:
Dear Roger, thank you very much for your support at the official opening of my academy. Today is an unforgettable day for me, my family and my team. You cannot imagine how special it is to have you here with us. Roger, this reflects all the moments we had on the court. Looking back at them I see all the great memories we shared in our careers… To be continued…
Roger Federer said:
I’m super happy to be here. I know where I’ll send my kids if they want to learn how to play tennis.
Sources: Daily Mail, Baseline Tennis
Rafael Nadal has traveled the world, playing tennis in some of the planet’s most beautiful cities. Check out the video below to find out about Rafa’s favorite place to travel, food and more.
Source: Condé Nast Traveler