Tennis legend Rafael Nadal turned 34 years today and thanked all his fans on the social platforms. With 19 grand slam titles, he is widely regarded as one of the best tennis players of all time. He is the second most successful tennis player after Roger Federer in terms of Grand slam titles.
The message was shared by ATP Tour on there official Twitter handle where they wrote “What a player. What a Champion Happy Birthday”
What a player. What a champion.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) June 3, 2020
@Rafael Nadal” along with the video of Tennis ace.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) June 3, 2016
Because of his extraordinary achievements on the Tennis court he has earned an immense huge fan following. The Spaniard took to Twitter to thank all his fans for his wishes and extended his gratitude towards his fans and followers for their birthday wish in Spanish which means in English “Thank you all for your birthday wishes today”.
If we talk about Nadal’s net worth on a special day as he is one of the highest-paid sports personalities in the world and currently he is in 4th position in terms of high ranked tennis players.
The magazine estimates his total earnings at US $37.3 million in a year, which includes a salary of US$4.3 million and endorsement deals of around the US $33 million.
According to celebritynetworth.com, Rafael Nadal’s net worth is estimated to be US$180 million.
If you are his ardent fan you must know something about the two houses that Nadal has in Spain and they are in Porto Cristo and Mallorca.
Let’s reveal some of the stats on his 34th Birthday and they are
The percentage of return games won for Nadal in his career.
- Age when the lefty finished 2019 as the oldest year-end World No. 1 in history.
- Consecutive matches won from 2008 Hamburg until 2008 Cincinnati, Nadal’s career-best winning streak.
- A number of matches Nadal won at Roland Garros before his first loss at the major in 2009.
- Age when Nadal was Spain’s flagbearer for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- Rafa’s age when he opened his Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar.
- The title came at the 2008 Fever-Tree Championships, setting up Nadal for his unforgettable Wimbledon run in which he defeated Roger Federer for his first trophy at The Championships.
- Number of Grand Slam finals Nadal has reached (19-8).
- Victories against Top 10 opponents at Roland Garros.