Miguel Ángel Nadal Homar (Spanish pronunciation: [miˈɣel ˈaŋxel naˈðal oˈmaɾ]; born 28 July 1966) is a Spanish retired footballer. Nicknamed The Beast, he based his game in a tremendous physical display, also being adaptable to various defender and midfielder positions. He began and ended his career with Mallorca, but his greatest achievements came whilst at Barcelona during the so-called Dream Team era. During 19 professional seasons, he played in 492 matches (462 of those in La Liga).

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Nadal et Parera. Nadal Parera est un nom espagnol. Le premier nom de famille, paternel, est Nadal ; le second, maternel, souvent omis, est Parera. Rafael Nadal Parera est un joueur de tennis espagnol, professionnel depuis 2001, né le à Manacor, sur l'île de Majorque, dans l'archipel des Baléares. Il est considéré par de nombreux spécialistes comme le meilleur joueur sur terre battue de l'histoire du tennis,,, établissant en effet des records majeurs, et l'un des

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Rafael "Rafa" Nadal Parera (Catalan: [rəfəˈɛɫ nəˈðaɫ pəˈɾeɾə], Spaingie: [rafaˈel naˈðal paˈɾeɾa]; born 3 Juin 1986) is a Spaingie professional tennis player currently ranked warld No. 1. He is widely regardit as the greatest clay court player in history an haes been nicknamed "The King of Clay." His evolution intae an aw-court threat haes established him as ane o the greatest players in tennis, wi some considering Nadal tae be the greatest player o aw time on clay.

RAFAEL NADAL has branded Real Madrid a “disaster” in a surprise assessment of his favourite football club.  Spaniard Nadal is a famous Real Madrid supporter. The world No 1 tennis star is a regular competitor at the Madrid Open during the clay court season. Real Madrid have endured a tumultuous campaign and last week crashed out of the Copa del Rey to lowly Leganes. They are already out of the title race and face a tricky task to reclaim their Champions League crown. But Nadal remains confident Zinedine Zidane can change the club’s fortunes around. Related articles. Real Madrid news: Harry Kane - Luka Modric swap offer on the table.

Nadal himself said it was the toughest decision he ever made, but he knew “tennis was the game at which I excelled, even if I enjoyed football as much, or more,” as he wrote in his autobiography, Nadal. But he didn’t look back, writing that when he watched interviews of himself winning the 14-and-under Spanish championship at the age of 12 he heard his younger self say “I enjoy football, but that’s for fun.” It was then he knew he had made the only call there was to make. Let’s go back to 2004! Rafael #Nadal controls the ball during a UN soccer Match Against Poverty. #football pic.twitter.com/

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal said society has serious problems, after he was bitterly criticized for “supporting” Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-final match against Arsenal FC.  'There is a problem with today’s society' – tennis superstar Nadal on his 'football betrayal'. Published time: 8 May, 2018 16:57 Edited time: 9 Aug, 2018 10:11.

Nadal himself said it was the toughest decision he ever made, but he knew “tennis was the game at which I excelled, even if I enjoyed football as much, or more,” as he wrote in his autobiography, Nadal. But he didn’t look back, writing that when he watched interviews of himself winning the 14-and-under Spanish championship at the age of 12 he heard his younger self say “I enjoy football, but that’s for fun.” It was then he knew he had made the only call there was to make. Let’s go back to 2004! Rafael #Nadal controls the ball during a UN soccer Match Against Poverty. #football pic.twitter.com/

Rafael Nadal Real Mallorca'daki hisselerini sattı.  Kulüpten yapılan açıklamada, Nadal ile amcasının, sahip oldukları yüzde 10 oranındaki kulüp hissesini elden çıkarttıkları bildirildi. Açıklamada, hisseleri Alman iş adamı Utz Claasen'in aldığı ve böylece kulüp hisselerinin yüzde 20'sine sahip olduğu belirtildi.

Rafael Nadal – Real Madrid World No 1 Rafael Nadal was also a talented football player in his younger days, but opted for tennis as a career. Add to that his uncle Miguel Angel Nadal played for Barcelona and the Spanish national team. So you’d think Nadal would be a Barcelona fan? Wrong! He is a Real Madrid fan as his father is a Madridsta.  Football will be a touchy subject at Murray family gatherings in the next few weeks as his brother Jamie is a big Manchester United fan. Christmas family tradition strikes again! @manutd @arsenal pic.twitter.com/jqRWwSpFch. — Jamie Murray (@jamie_murray) December 25, 2014.

Rafael Nadal and his uncle have become shareholders in Mallorca in an attempt to help save the club from going bust, writes Graham Hunter.  The sixth person was Rafael Nadal. He had tied a Spain scarf around his head. Draped over his shoulders, flowing like Batman's cape, was a long Spanish flag. And across each of those prominent cheekbones, which look as if you could park an SUV on them, was painted a red and yellow mini-flag.

Rafael Nadal celebrates reaching the US Open semi-finals with victory over Dominic Thiem in a match that finished at 2:04 a.m. on Wednesday. AFP/Getty Images. Rafael Nadal reaches the US Open semi-finals for the seventh time. Alex Pantling/Getty Images. Rafael Nadal will face Dominic Thiem for the 11th time in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series (7-3) at the US Open on Tuesday.

Rafael Nadal has defended himself after attending a game of Real Madrid's bitter rivals Atletico and being presented with a shirt. A longtime Real Madrid supporter, Nadal appeared with a Atletico shirt around his neck during the club's Europa League semi-final second leg, making headlines across Spain and attracting a wave of social media reactions from fans from both teams.  They invited me. I just wanted to enjoy the day, to see a great football match." Cameras picked up Nadal sitting in an executive box with the shirt around his neck, with the famous red and white colours of the club clearly visible. Interesting.

In an interview to Tennisnet, Haas was asked if he thinks Nadal could have played in the second division championship. 'I think even in a higher one, looking at his family, with his uncle (Miguel Angel) who was in FC Barcelona, he could have done like him because he is a great athlete', Haas said on Nadal. Actually, the 32-year-old Mallorca native played both tennis and football as a kid. Then Haas praised Cristiano Ronaldo: 'What he did in the last years is unbelievable, three consecutive Champions Leagues, the confidence he has inside himself. Messi is an amazing talent, but I

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