Rafael Nadal receives an unexpected visit to his academy

Rafael Nadal received a big guest at his academy

by Simone Brugnoli
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Rafael Nadal receives an unexpected visit to his academy
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Rafael Nadal received a big guest at his academy. She is a very popular singer in Spain, a real popstar of her country, Aitana. The Catalan went to the Nadal Academy in Mallorca where she even had the honor of exchanging a few balls with the champion of the 22 Grand Slam titles.

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A moment shared by the singer on her networks and a very very stressful moment for her: "I am more nervous than before my concert at Bernabeu." she explained as reported by our colleagues at Eurosport.

The singer also accompanied her video with a funny comment that translates as follows: "if you want to see me beat Rafa Nadal wait for the end hahahahahaha ✌️ (I admit that he let me beat him, or not who knows... hahahahahaha🤓). thank you for this day Rafa @rafaelnadal <3 and also to @mariabel_nadal and the whole family. You are a great example and I admire all of you very much.”

Rafael Nadal is training in Spain

On the fringes of social life, Spaniard Rafael Nadal is obviously as he usually is, totally focused on his preparation for his last Olympic Games that will take place on clay court and in Paris in the facilities of Roland Garros.

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As we know at this point, Manacor’s bull will play singles and doubles with Carlos Alcaraz, and the videos of his training are a clear message to his rivals, he will arrive in the French capital with the idea of sweeping away all the obstacles that will cross his path.

Recently, Garbine Muguruza gave an interview to the Spanish program "El Larguero", where he valued in a very special way everything that Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have done, three world sport legends who set very high standards, which will be difficult to beat and which, he explains, do not allow us to appreciate the great victories of other players in recent times.

“It’s a tragedy. That generation is incredible, it’s always been three. I’m a fan of Federer and even Nadal’s death. But I think Djokovic is the best. It’s also a lot of fun off the court-I’ve talked to him often-a super nice person who has a lot of fun.”

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