Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Updated 2016-10-20 11:06:04 chinadaily.com.cn
Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Spanish tennis player Rafa Nadal (L) and Swiss player Roger Federer pose during the opening ceremony of the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in Manacor, Mallorca island, Balearics, Oct 19, 2016. The academy opens its doors to young players so as they can train with the same method and values with which Nadal grew up. [Photo/IC]

Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal (R) and Swiss player Roger Federer (L) pose for a photo during the opening ceremony of the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor, Mallorca island, Balearics, Spain, Oct 19, 2016. [Photo/IC]

Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal (L) and Swiss player Roger Federer arrive to chair the opening ceremony of the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor, Mallorca island, Balearics, Spain, Oct 19, 2016. The academy opens its doors to young players so as they can train with the same method and values with which Nadal grew up. [Photo/IC]

Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal (R) and Swiss player Roger Federer attend the opening ceremony of the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor, Mallorca island, Balearics, Spain, Oct 19, 2016. [Photo/IC] 

Nadal sets up tennis academy for future Nadals

Rafa Nadal (center) and Roger Federer (left) are seen during the inauguration of the tennis academy in Mallorca on Oct 19, 2016. [Photo/IC]

 

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