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Rafael Nadal cooks his favorite dish Mallorcan Prawns

Tennis: World number five Rafael Nadal cooked his favorite dish Mallorcan Prawns at his home in his free time on Wednesday.
Tennis Stories  11 Apr 2013 - 01:24 / by Talha Asif / reads 4602.
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Tennis: World number five Rafael Nadal cooked his favorite dish Mallorcan Prawns at his home in his free time on Wednesday.

The 11-time Grand Slam champion, who is a resident of Mallorca, posted a picture on his facebook page, in which he could be seen working on making prawns.

The Spaniard wrote this caption under the picture, “Tonight I cook my favorite dish: Mallorcan prawns.”

It seems like Nadal is quite fond of cooking, as he cooked food with his friends in the ending days of last month and also posted picture on facebook.

The Spanish star is practicing for the coming clay court season these days. He will start his clay season campaign at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters in this month, where he will be bidding for his ninth straight title.

Nadal made comeback from a seven month injury layoff by taking part in the Chile Open in February, ending as the runner-up. The 26-year-old captured two back to back titles at the Brazil Open and Mexico Open after that.

The Spaniard did not stop there and participated in the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, winning the tournament and capturing his first hard court event in almost a year. The left-hander did not risk his knees and pulled out from the Sony Open in Miami.
 




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