Maria Francisca Perelló, known as Xisca, is the partner and wife of Rafael Nadal. She was born in 1988, she works at the bank as an insurer. Very private about her life, she does not have an Instagram account, and only shares her private photos of her on Rafael Nadal's Instagram profile.
María Francisca and Rafael Nadal met in adolescence thanks to their sister Isabel. After fifteen years of history, they said yes on October 19, 2019 in Mallorca, in the Sa Fortaleza area, in a fairytale estate characterized by the presence of a 17th century castle.
Now new details emerge about his spectacular wedding, and especially about the designer who made his wedding dress. In fact, Xisca has chosen Rosa Clara as the designer of her two wedding dresses. The very simple first outfit had a floral theme that suited the bride especially well.
Rosa Clara sent a message to Xisca and Rafa on Instagram: “An overwhelming wedding day for everyone! We are incredibly proud to participate in such an important day, the wedding of Mery Perelló and Rafa Nadal.
We would like to congratulate the beautiful and unique couple, we wish them the best forever!" Rosa Clará is the designer of Mery Perelló's wedding dress, a haute couture design with impeccable and exquisite lines.
The jewel neckline bodice with long sleeves is crafted from gorgeous Art Deco-inspired French lace with delicate prints, floral motifs and micro-pearls on the meticulously hand-embroidered fabric. The ball gown-style skirt, crafted in silk crepe, featured a weightless, detachable train, created at Rosa Clara's Atelier.
The whole process was full of emotions between everyone. We just want to thank the whole family for trusting us, you are extraordinary!
Korda pays tribute to Rafael Nadal
In the past Sebastian Korda has often talked about his admiration for Rafael Nadal, repeatedly describing the Spaniard as "an unbelievable player."
"Being able to train with him now is a dream come true," Korda was quoted as saying by Punto de Break. "Hopefully we can meet many more times on the court. My agent had always told me that training with Nadal is something different and to prepare myself for a unique intensity," he added.
The American also recalled his first meeting with Nadal, in Miami, which he claimed left him "paralyzed" "Since I started playing tennis I have felt enormous admiration for him," Korda said. "I remember that I started traveling the world when I was 8 years old, accompanying my father when he trained Radek Stepanek, and he always tried to watch Rafa's games.
Once in Miami, he came out of the locker room and when he saw me he stopped to greet me," he added. "I was paralyzed, he was my great idol."