Rafael Nadal Player Profile

Rafael Nadal has amassed an impressive collection of trophies over his 20+ years on the ATP tour including a total of 88 ATP career titles, 36 Masters 1000s (1 behind the record held by Novak Djokovic for the most Masters 1000 titles), and 21 Grand Slams including a record 13 French Open titles.

Below you will find some interesting stats from Rafa’s playing career along with some answers to some frequently asked questions about the King of Clay.

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Rafael Nadal Stats

Rafa NadalRafael Nadal
Highest Ranking1
Age (Birthday)35 Years Old (3rd June 1986)
Year born1986
Year turned Pro2001
ATP Career Titles89
Grand Slams21
Year end Championship finals0
Masters 1000 Titles36
Tennis Racket EndorsedBabolat Pure Aero Rafa
Forehand GripSemi-western Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand
Backhand GripContinental and Semi-western
Serve GripContinental Grip
Official WebsiteRafaelNadal.com
Official Twitter AccountNadal Twitter Account
Official Facebook PageNadal Facebook Page
Official Instagram AccountNadal Instagram Account

Rafael Nadal FAQ

How old is Rafael Nadal?

Rafael Nadal is 35 years old and was born on the 3rd of June 1986 (a Tuesday).

What is Rafael Nadal’s Net Worth?

According to the website Celebrity Net Worth, Rafael Nadal has a Net Worth of approximately $200 million. Forbes also reported earnings of $40 million for Nadal in 2020.

Is Rafael Nadal Married?

Yes, Rafael Nadal married Xisca Perello (Maria Francisca Perello) in 2019 in front of around 350 guests at the La Fortaleza castle in Mallorca.

How tall is Rafael Nadal?

Rafael Nadal is 1.85m tall (6ft 1in).

When was Rafael Nadal’s first Grand Slam Victory?

Rafa won his first grand slam at the 2005 French Open where he beat Mariano Puerta in 4 sets.

When was Rafael Nadal last number 1?

Rafael Nadal last held the number 1 ATP ranking on the 2nd of February 2020. He was replaced as number 1 by Novak Djokovic.

When did Rafael Nadal first turn pro?

Rafael Nadal’s first professional match was against Ramon Delgado in a round of 32 match at an ATP tournament in Mallorca in 2002. Rafa won the match 6-4, 6-4. Rafa would go on to lose his round of 16 match to Olivier Rochus 6-2, 6-2 in the same tournament.

What Racket does Rafael Nadal use?

Rafael Nadal endorses the Babolat Pure Aero Tennis Racket but he actually plays with a Babolat AeroPro Drive Original pro stock frame. For more information on this, check out our article on the Rafael Nadal Racket.

How many Grand Slams has Nadal won?

Nadal has won a total of 20 grand slams including 1 Australian Open, 13 French Opens, 2 Wimbledon Championships and 4 US Open Titles.

Has Nadal ever won the Davis Cup with Spain?

Yes, Nadal helped Spain to win the Davis Cup in 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2019.

Has Nadal won any major Doubles Titles?

Nadal has never won a grand slam title in doubles but he has won a total of 11 career doubles titles and a gold medal in doubles at the 2016 Rio Olympics with his partner Marc López.

Has Nadal won a gold medal in singles at the Olympics?

Yes, Rafael Nadal won a gold medal in singles at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Does Rafael Nadal have any siblings?

Rafael Nadal has one younger sister called Maria Isabel Nadal. She is two years younger than Rafa.

Does Rafa Nadal have any children?

Rafa Nadal does not currently have any children.

Who are Rafael Nadal’s Parents?

Rafael Nadal’s parents are Sebastián Nadal and María Parera. The couple split in 2009 when Nadal was 23 and have yet to reconcile.

Did Nadal ever win a golden grand slam?

No, Nadal has never won a golden grand slam. The closest he has come was when he won 2 out of the 4 grand slams in 2008 and Olympic gold in singles at the Olympics in Bejing that year.

How many Grand Slam Finals has Nadal been in?

Nadal has been in a total of 29 Grand Slam Finals (six Australian Open Finals, 13 French Open Finals, five Wimbledon Finals, and five US Open Finals).

How many times has Nadal won the french open?

To date, Nadal has a total of 13 French Open Singles Titles (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020)

Rafael Nadal Player Profile
Rafael Nadal Player Profile

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