Rafael Nadal has a huge yacht and Nico Rosberg got a tour of it
It’s always great for sports fans to see their idols or big names of different sports come together at one place. This instance was no different as former Formula One driver Nico Rosberg met tennis legend Rafael Nadal at the Spaniard’s yacht.
The former World No.1 had invited the former Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg to his yacht during the Monaco Yacht Show by Sunreef Yacht. Nadal, who is currently working hard to regain full fitness, loves to spend time in his yacht which he purchased early last year.
The German has now uploaded the full video of his tour of Nadal’s yacht. The pair took a tour of the boat, which has 4 cabins, 8 beds, a salon area, a garage with water toy storage, and a Flybridge.
The duo were seen playing Ping Pong and the fans could not keep calm seeing the legends from two different sports having a fun time.
Nadal also revealed how much he likes to spend time on his boat, the water toys he enjoys using, and talked about the interior of the boat. The superstars also talked about the watches they were wearing.
“I did everything. My wife and I worked on this together. Some things she had a say on, some things I did.” You can see the full video here:
While posting the short teaser in September, Rosberg wrote, “Definitely no lack of emotions there…no chance to hide my competitiveness,” Rosberg wrote. “It was a tight game!! Let’s play again soon, Rafa.”
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Nadal, who has hardly played since losing in the semi-finals of the French Open, is targeting the Australian Open in January. Nadal last won the Australian Open in 2009 and has lost in the final four times since then.
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The 20-time Grand Slam winner will play in Abu Dhabi in December and then in a tournament before Australia and then the Australian Open. He will surely be taking these two tournaments to get his fitness back ahead of the first Grand Slam next year.
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