We bring to you Rafael Nadal Net worth
Rafael “Rafa” Nadal is a Spanish professional tennis player, currently ranked world No. 2 in men’s singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
As of 2019, Rafael Nadal net worth is estimated to be $180 Million dollars.
Rafael Nadal Parera was born on the 3rd of June 1986, in Manacor, Spain. He is the son to an entrepreneur Sebastián and his wife Ana María Parera. He has a sibling, María Isabel, who is younger to him.
Rafael started playing tennis at the age of three, and by 1994, he had tasted victory at a regional tennis tournament for under-12 players.
In 2002, Nadal participated in his first ‘Association of Tennis Professionals’ (‘ATP’) match and emerged victorious against Ramón Delgado. With this victory, Nadal achieved the feat of becoming the ninth tennis player to win before sixteen years of age.
During 2003-2005, the talented young player beat Roger Federer in the ‘Miami Masters’ championship. In the same championship, he went on to become the youngest player since Boris Becker, to qualify to the third round.
Though Federer defeated him at the ‘Masters Series Hamburg’, Rafael defeated the former once again at the ‘French Open’ title.
In 2008, he reached the ‘Chennai Open’ finals but was eventually defeated by Russian player Mikhail Youzhny.
Rafael won the ‘Mubadala World Tennis Championship’, hosted in Abu Dhabi, once again in 2011, defeating Roger Federer. In the ‘Davis Cup’, he won again, this time winning against Olivier Rochus.
In 2015, at the ‘Qatar Open’, he lost the singles title to German player Michael Berrer. However, paired with Argentinian Juan Monaco, he won the doubles title in the championship.
As of 2019, Rafael Nadal’s net worth is $180 Million dollars.
3 Powerful Lessons from Rafael Nadal
Now that you know all about Rafael Nadal’s net worth, and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the best lessons we can learn from him:
1. Work Hard, Have Fun and Make it Happen
As Rafa says ’Stay healthy, do sports and above all have fun while doing sport. Competing or just for fun, whatever, simply enjoy and try your best.’
This is important because ‘a lot of times I had some problems, but I always had the passion and the personal motivation to keep going, to keep working hard, keep fighting for the things that really motivates me. That’s all.’
2. Trophies Are Earned On the Practice Court
Rafa may have incredible athletic ability and skill, but to win 10 French Opens this is not enough. One of the key ingredients to success is hard work.
3. Keep Your Eye on the Ball
Alongside hard work we need focus. Rafa “play’s each point like my life depends on it.”. This focus on winning point by point is what creates extraordinary results.
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