According to the former player David Ferrer, Rafael Nadal and Maria Francisca Perello did not introduce any dress code, so the invitees were able to wear the way they wanted to during the wedding. Nadal's sister Maribel was one of the people who picked the best outfits, an amazing red outfit by Rosa Clara Cocktail.
She is the reason why Nadal and Francisca met each other for the first time 14 years ago. Feliciano Lopez and his wife Sandra Gago were there. They got married some weeks ago, but Nadal could not attend as he was playing the Laver Cup in Geneva.
Feliciano chose a blue outfit. Ferrer and his wife Marta enjoyed a free weekend leaving their son Leo probably at home in Xabea. Ferrer admitted that travelling around the world and playing at the highest level being a father of child was tougher than he expected to as he was struggling to sleep at night.
Carolina, the wife of Nadal's coach Carlos Moya, who is a TV presenter and singer, headlined the list of famous people, as well as Nadal's longtime agent Carlos Costa and Richard Mille. In 2010 Nadal signed a ten-year deal with Mille, and he wears a light watch every match he competes in.
The fashion experts in Spain criticized the Argentinean duo made up of Juan Monaco and Diana Arnopoulos who attended the wedding between Rafael Nadal and Maria Francisca Perello. People believe that Monaco should have wore better instead of chosing a blue outfit and particular shoes, also because the stage was a very special one.
Monaco retired from the professional tour two years ago due to a wrist injury. He broke his wrist in July 2016 during the Kitzbuhel Open and he basically never came back to his best. He ran some TV programmes in Argentina and he even interviewed Nadal in summer.
The Spaniard and 'Pico' are close friends, they used to play PlayStation when they were coinciding on the ATP Tour, used to have dinners together and they faced each other several times on the tennis court. Nadal dismissed Monaco in 2011 Davis Cup, 2012 French Open.
It must not have been easy for the 19-time Grand Slam winner to win in straight sets and over a short match time over Monaco, but as his coach Francis Roig once said, Nadal has no friends during a tennis match or training.