Andy Murray

  • nome: Rafael Nadal
  • data di nascita: 03/06/1986
  • luogo di nascita: Maiorca
  • professionista dal: 2001
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Full name is Rafael Nadal Parera…Nicknamed “Rafa”…Plays left-handed but writes right-handed…Began playing tennis at age four with his uncle Toni, who is his long-time coach…Used to play with two-handed forehand and backhand before his uncle made him change at age nine or 10 to a one-handed forehand…Played his only junior Grand Slam event at Wimbledon in 2002 and reached SF…

Father, Sebastian, is a business partner with two brothers of a restaurant, Sa Punta, and owner of a glass and windows company, Vidres Mallorca…Mother, Ana Maria…Has one younger sister Maria Isabel…Comes from same island (Mallorca) as countryman Carlos Moya…The city of Manacor is second-biggest on island of Mallorca…His other uncle, Miguel Angel Nadal, is a former professional soccer player with stints at FC Barcelona, Real Mallorca and Spanish national team, which competed in 2002 World Cup…Also played on two other World Cup teams in 1994 and ’98…Earned ATP Newcomer of Year in 2003, ATP Most Improved Player of Year in 2005 and ATP Player of Year in 2008…Reached Spanish Championships in July 2003 (l. to Lopez)…Going into 2010, has a 14-5 career Davis Cup record (12-1 in singles) in 10 ties and member of winning team in 2004 and ’08 (didn’t play final)…Won Prince of Asturias award in 2008, named for Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe…Coached by his uncle Toni Nadal and fitness trainer is Rafael Maymo.

Tornei vinti


Singolare

Doppio

1995: Bologna

1996: New York

2001: Parigi

Grand Slam


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Australian Open

Roland Garros

Wimbledon

US Open

Grand Slam Cup

1998

1996

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