Rafael Nadal originally named Rafael Nadal Parera. Rafael Nadal is a Spanish professional tennis player and currently, the Rafael Nadal Age is 34 years. Rafa Nadal is currently ranked world no 2 in tennis men’s singles by ATP and he is considered as the top tennis player on clay court. Nadal won 19 championship titles among which 12 championship titles are won on clay court of the french open tournament.

Here you will come to find out about Rafael Nadal’s Life story.

  • Rafael Nadal Net Worth
  • Rafael Nadal News
  • Rafael Nadal Wife
  • Rafael Nadal Facts

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Rafael Nadal Net Worth

Rafael Nadal’s net worth is aggregated to $40 million. Nadal is ranked 27th and third highest-paid tennis player in the world. Nadal net worth includes his salary and winning along with endorsement pay. Till now Nadal has earned approximately $110,279,818 as prize money in his tennis career.

Rafael Nadal Net Worth – $40 million

Rafael Nadal Winning – $14million

Rafael Nadal Endorsement Pay – $26 million

Rafael Nadal Prize Money – $110,279,818

Rafael Nadal News

Nadal News is on trending as he owns the Food Bank of Mallorca, appointed honorary ambassador. Considering the COVID 19 situation Rafa Nadal decided to help people in terms of food. 

Nadal would not have been ejected from the Roland Garros based on a single coronavirus result, Damir Dzumhur’s coach has claimed. After this Dzumhur has threatened legal action on the FFT after he was withdrawn from the competition based on coach Petar Popovic returning a positive Covid-19 test result.

Diego Schwartzman is the world no 13 defeated Nadal in the clay tournament. After defeating him he said that ‘Rafael Nadal is the king of clay but can lose to Djokovic or Thiem’. He further stated that Rafael Nadal was not conditionally fit and was struggling with his strength as a heavy topspin.

Rafael Nadal Wife

Xisca Perello Rafael Nadal is Rafael Nadal’s wife. Xisca Perello Rafael Nadal was born with the name Maria Francisca Perello and is known for being the wife of a top Spanish tennis player. Xisca Perello works as project director for the Rafa Nadal Foundation, the charity which was launched by Nadal almost ten years ago.

Rafael Nadal Facts

Nadal started playing tennis at the age of four. Rafael was influenced by his uncles as both were good in sports. Miguel Angel Nadal was one of the best professional association football players who were a part of the 2002 world cup. Toni Nadal was technically good who supported and guided Rafael Nadal to turn professional tennis player. Toni Nadal used to be his coach on the professional tour. 

In his past years, Nadal played left-handed tennis with both a two-handed forehand and backhand. His uncle Toni Nadal forced Rafa to adopt a left-handed style but Nadal was stuck with his own two-handed backhand and when he switched it became his signature one-handed forehand.

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Officially Rafael Nadal turned professional in 2001 when he appeared and reached the semi-finals of his first Grand Slam tournament as a junior competitor at the 2002 Wimbledon championships. In 2004 Nadal played a crucial role in Spain defeating the United States in the Davis Cup final and the journey began which never had a full stop.

Nadal played aggressively with his extremely impressive heavy topspin covering along with eagerness. Nadal quickly became one of the top players by the Association of Tennis Professionals and created the rivalry with Roger Federer. Even after 15 years Nadal and Federer are known for their rivalry.

In 2007, Nadal kept winning the tennis matches on the clay court and became the top player to win consecutively 81 matches in a row. In 2008, Rafael Nadal became the first tennis player to win a gold medal in the Olympic Games in Beijing. He later won the 2019 U.S. Open singles title, which was his 19th career Grand Slam championship, and became the second player after Federer’s 20 titles.

Nadal is known as King of Clay in the world of tennis.

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