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Rafael Nadal Parera: this world renowned tennis player has been named using the Spanish naming traditions. Nadal is the paternal name whereas maternal name is Parera. Rafael Nadal was born on 3rd June 1986 in Manacor, Majorca to a businessman, Sebastian Nadal…

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Rafael played football and tennis in his early ages and was equally good at both them until his father made him decide between the two sports so as to maintain balance between his studies and sport activities. Since then, this man has been creating waves in the world of tennis and is currently ranked as the No. 1 tennis player by ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) also earning the moniker of ‘King of Clay’ due to his magnificent performance and triumphs on clay and has impelled the expertise to reward him as one of the greatest clay court sportsmen. Rafael is the winner of nine Grand Slam titles of singles; he became the Olympic gold medalist of singles in the year 2008, has maintained a record of 18 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 series and was also included in the squad of Spain Davis Cup that conquered the finals in 2004, 2008 and 2009. He was the youngest player to win the 2010 US Open and was ranked as No. 7 in the history and is also the successor of Andre Agassi in completing the Career Golden Slam. 2008 proved to be exceptional for Nadal making him the winner of 32 matches starting at Masters Series Hamburg to the Western and Southern Financial Group Masters and finally making it to Women’s Open. His first title; Queen’s Club was awarded to him at Wimbledon also making him the proud owner of Rogers Cup. (Geoffrey, 2006) ...
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