Spain’s Manacor City Eager To Honour Their Champion Rafael Nadal

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MADRID, SPAIN - MAY 6: Mutua Madrid Open Rafael Nadal during the Mutua Madrid Open on May 6, 2022 in Madrid Spain (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN – MAY 6: Mutua Madrid Open Rafael Nadal during the Mutua Madrid Open on May 6, 2022 in Madrid Spain (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)

Manacor Municipality gets ready to honour their hero Rafael Nadal with a large Mural. Manacor, a town on the island of Mallorca and birthplace of Rafa, has a plan to pay tribute their Champion for his most remarkable achievements in tennis but, it was delayed due to pandemic. 

However, the Manacor lifted the lockdown, and it prepares to celebrate its Sports Legend. The Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises brought a unique plan to boost their business, which slowed down during the pandemic.

Trader’s Union will install a large Mural of Rafa at the entrance of Manacor city for years. Also, they believe the Spaniard’s fame will bring plenty of tourist to their town and improve trade.

PIMEM President Mateu Català said, “We want to compliment the placement of the image of the tennis player with a tribute to other world champions from the Municipality.” He added the proposal would be registered with Manacor City Council in the upcoming days. 

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Latest Achievements Of Rafael Nadal in 2020

34-years-old Spaniard equalled Roger Federer’s Grand slam record tally of 20 titles after winning his 13th crown at the French Open in October. Rafa defeated World No.1 Novak Djokovic in the championship match and marked his 100th victory at Roland Garros, and he lost just twice since 2005. 

Afterwards, Nadal registered his 1000th tour-level win after defeating compatriot Feliciano López at the third round of the Rolex Paris Masters earlier this month.

Meanwhile, Spanish legend officially went past Jimmy Connors’s record of 790 consecutive weeks at the ATP 10 ranking. Nadal is now ranking 793 weeks inside the elite player’s circle.

Eventually, Rafael Nadal finished the 2020 season as a World No.2. It was the seventh time in his career(2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2018, 2020).

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