|Source of Income||Tennis|
|Estimated wealth||$200 million|
|Spouse||Maria Francisca Perallo (m 2019)|
|Endorsements||Kia, Nike, Quely, Santander, Emporio Armani, Babolat, Heliocare, Telefonica, Banco Sabadell, Tommy Hilfiger, Mapfre, Insure and Go, etc.|
|Residence||Manacor, Mallorca, Spain|
Rafael Nadal is a Spanish professional tennis player with a mammoth net worth of $200 million, which includes his sumptuous car collection and luxurious home in Mallorca, Spain. He is one of the greatest players of all-time in the history of tennis, having won 20 Grand Slam and 36 ATP Masters titles.
He also has expensive villas in Porto Cristo in Spain & the Dominican Republic where he likes to spend his holidays in his villas and luxurious yachts.
How much is Rafael Nadal’s net worth in 2022?
As of 2022, Rafael Nadal’s estimated net worth stands at $200 million, which includes his beautiful car collection and his properties in different parts of Spain like his academy, the Rafa Nadal Academy.
Rafael Nadal’s prize money
Having won a total of 89 titles, Rafael Nadal has accumulated a total of $125,050,235 from the ATP tour since 2001, the year in which the Spaniard turned pro. He is third in the list of players who have won the most prize money on tour, behind Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Rafael Nadal’s endorsements
Rafael Nadal has been the global ambassador of South Korea's second-largest automobile manufacturer, Kia, since 2006. Along with it, his other key sponsor is the American clothing and footwear company, Nike, which designs his shoes and outfits. The Spaniard has also been serving as the brand ambassador of Spanish biscuits and bakery manufacturers, Quely, since 2010.
Nadal’s other important sponsors include Santander, Emporio Armani, Babolat, Heliocare, Telefonica, Banco Sabadell, Tommy Hilfiger, Mapfre, Insure and Go, and more.
Rafael Nadal’s investments
Just like most tennis players, Nadal invested in a tennis academy, opening his own ‘Rafa Nadal Academy’ in 2016 in his hometown of Manacor, in Majorca, Spain. There is a fitness centre with a range of classes offered for the kids enrolling the programme, as well as a wellness spa along with the presence of hard, clay, indoor and squash courts.
Nadal teamed up with singer Enrique Iglesias and later soccer star Christian Ronaldo to invest in the Spanish restaurant chain TATEL. The first restaurant opened in Madrid, followed by others in Ibiza and Miami.
Rafael Nadal’s House and Cars
Nadal owns multiple homes including his home in Mallorca, Spain which is worth around $1.5 million and a luxury villa in the Dominican Republic, purchased at $2 million.
Rafael Nadal happens to be a car enthusiast and owns quite a number of dashing automobiles. His marvellous car collection includes a Kia Stinger, an Aston Martin DBS, and a Mercedes-Benz SL55.
Rafael Nadal’s charity
Rafael Nadal set up his ‘Rafa Nadal Foundation’ in 2008 in Spain after winning his fourth French Open title. The foundation aims at helping the socially disadvantaged youngsters who run the risk of exclusion by society.
The Foundation set up the Rafa Nadal Foundation Center in Spain to achieve its objective. In addition, the Spaniard also opened the Anantapur Education Center for socially excluded children in India.
Is Rafael Nadal married?
Yes, Rafael Nadal is married to his long-time girlfriend, Maria Francisca "Xisca" Perello. Xisca is an insurance worker and is also the current director of the Rafael Nadal Foundation and the two were in a relationship since 2005.
Which country does Rafael Nadal represent?
Rafael Nadal represents Spain in professional tennis and has won the Davis Cup five times for his nation. The 35-year-old has also won the Gold medal for his nation at the Beijing Olympics 2008.
How tall is Rafael Nadal and how much does he weigh?
Rafael Nadal is 6’1’’ i.e. 1.85 metres tall and weighs around 85 kilograms.
How many times has Rafael Nadal won the French Open title?
Rafael Nadal has won the French Open title 13 times in his professional career, the most by any tennis player in the history of the sport. Interestingly, in the 17 French Opens that he has featured, Nadal has suffered a defeat on just three occasions.