Rafael Nadal, the man behind the player
Rafael Nadal is way more than a tennis player. Here are the answers to the questions you may ask yourself about his lifestyle, on and off the court.
What is Rafael Nadal’s net worth?
Rafael Nadal was the fourth-highest paid player on the ATP tour in 2019 (sponsors and prize money combined) with 35 million dollars in earnings. Throughout his career on the ATP Tour, the Spaniard earned 120 million dollars. His fortune is estimated around 200 million dollars.
Where does he live?
Nadal lives in a house in Porto Cristo, on the Mallorca island, where he was born. He bought this villa in 2012.
Does Rafael Nadal have an Instagram account?
Nadal has an Instagram account, followed by 9 million people as of March 2020. He follows 69 accounts back, most of them from the tennis world. Nadal also has a Twitter account (@RafaelNadal), followed by 15,7 million people. His official Facebook page is liked by 14 million people.
What racquet does Rafael Nadal play with?
Nadal plays with a Babolat Pure Aero. The Spaniard has been loyal to the French brand since the beginning of his career. He uses the RPM Blast string, with a tension of 25kg and a grip size of 2.
How to contact him?
You can contact Nadal on social media.
You can also write to his foundation. The address for the Rafael Nadal Foundation is:
Rafa Nadal Sports Centre Ctra.
Cales de Mallorca KM 1,2 07500, Manacor (España)
Tel: +34 971 171 679
What watch does he wear?
During his matches, Nadal wears a watch from the highly-reputated Richard Mille brand, worth about $725,000. It’s the lightest watch in the world.
Where to buy Rafael Nadal’s outfits?
Nadal’s outfits are available on the official website of his sponsor, Nike, which has been with him since the beginning of his career, in 2001.
Who is Rafael Nadal’s favorite soccer team?
Nadal absolutely loves Real Madrid. When he isn’t playing tennis, you can see him at the Santiago Bernabeu cheering for the club. Fun fact: His uncle, Miguel Angel Nadal, was a professional football player who played for Real Madrid’s arch-rivals Barcelona during the 1990s.