Fans can take a look at Rafael Nadal’s career accomplishments again after the 19 times Grand Slam winner’s museum was reopened on Friday. The Rafa Nadal Museum closed its doors earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The museum's officialities assured on social media that all the sanitary measures were taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The good news was announced on social media. “Today the Rafa Nadal Museum has reopened!
We have adapted all the sanitary measures so that you can enjoy all Rafael Nadal’s trophies, the objects donated by great sports stars, and a unique audiovisual and interactive experience. Come and visit us at Rafa Nadal Sports Centre every day of the week from 10:00 to 14:00!”
What can you see if you visit the Rafa Nadal Museum
According to the museum’s official site, “Rafa Nadal is very involved and excited with this new project where he shares the most important trophies of his career, some rackets, and several sports accessories exhibited at the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience.
As a sports enthusiast, not just in tennis, his dream has been to create a location where sports are the real protagonists, paying tribute to all types of sports and their main athletes. If you love sports, you can enjoy a unique exhibit at the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience where pieces and sports material has been donated from athletes you have always admired.
Here you can have a global vision of sports history from the greatest protagonists. Many athletes, who have left their mark in sports history, are present at the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience and have donated their most significant objects.
Michael Jordan’s t-shirt, Usain Bolt’s running shoes, Sebastian Vettel’s helmet, Tiger Woods’s golf club, Cristiano Ronaldo's soccer shoes, or Michael Phelps´s swimming trunks are some of the objects you can find at the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience… Within the 1,500m2 you can have fun and compete against your friends as you learn sport’s values.
The Museum represents the values of the ambassadors, Rafael Nadal, and his foundation. The areas of the exhibit are important educational and teaching components, while the experience areas represent aptitudes and values present both in the sports world as in life”.