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Das Rafa Nadal Sports Centre ist ein exklusives Gebäude, in welchem Erwachsene und Familien geräumige Zimmer genießen, ebenso wie sehr funktionale Möbel, Betten, die speziell für die Entspannung der Athleten entwickelt wurden und ein sorgfältiges Design.

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Das RAFA NADAL MUSEUM XPERIENCE ist viel mehr als ein Museum. Auf einer Fläche von 1.500 m² können Sie Spaß haben und sich mit Ihren Freunden messen, während Sie die Werte des Sports kennenlernen.Mehr Infos
Alle Kunden des Rafa Nadal Sports Centre steht ein 3000 m² großes Fitnesscenter mit modernsten Technogym-Geräten und einer Vielzahl geführter Gruppenaktivitäten zur Verfügung, sowie ein halbolympisches Schwimmbecken und ein Lehrbecken, in dem Sie verschiedene Aquafitness-Aktivitäten ausüben können.Mehr Infos


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Real Madrid exhibition at the Rafa Nadal Museum Experience

Starting this week, the Rafa Nadal Museum Experience is hosting a temporary exhibition of trophies and objects on loan from Real Madrid. The exhibition shows some of the most recent achievements of the Whites’ football and basketball teams.


Over the next three months the display cabinets in the museum located in the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar will contain the Champions League trophy won in 2018, the last of the thirteen they have claimed throughout their long history. Zinedine Zidane’s side beat Liverpool 3-1 in the final in the Olympic Stadium in Kiev (Ukraine) with a goal from Benzemá and a further two from Gareth Bale. That year, Real Madrid also had to beat Bayern Munich in the semi-finals, Juventus in the quarters and PSG in the round of sixteen.


The exhibition of Madrid trophies in Manacor also shows the Euroleague that the team led by Pablo Laso won in 2018. Real Madrid’s tenth Euroleague came after winning a spectacular Final Four in the Stark Arena in Belgrade (Serbia) against CSKA Moscow in the semi-finals (92-83) and Fenerbace in the final (85-80). In addition, Sergio Llull was named MVP in that season’s Euroleague, a title that can also be admired at this exhibition. The exhibition is complemented with shirts signed by various members of both squads.


The collection, on loan from Real Madrid, is not the first the Rafa Nadal Museum has hosted from outside the world of tennis and Rafa Nadal himself. Last year, the World Cup won by the Spanish basketball team and the EuroBasket trophy won by Spain’s women in Serbia were on display.


This temporary exhibition provides further incentive for sports fans from all over the world to enjoy a space that houses the trophies won by Rafa Nadal throughout his career, as well as other memorabilia donated by athletes such as Usain Bolt, Michael Jordan, Leo Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Roger Federer, Lebron James and Pau Gasol. In addition, the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience offers several activities that allow visitors to compete virtually with figures from world sport, to have interactive experiences and to enjoy games for all ages in sports such as tennis, rowing, Formula 1, cycling, etc. This high-tech environment with leisure activities has become one of the main tourist and sports attractions in Mallorca.


Casper Ruud opens his ATP account

It was only a matter of time before Casper Ruud rewrote the record books for Norwegian tennis on the ATP Tour. And the day arrived on Sunday in Buenos Aires. On the Argentinian clay he became the first player from his country to win a singles title on the professional tour when he beat the Portuguese Pedro Sousa in the final of the Argentina Open 6-1, 6-4 in just 71 minutes.


“It’s a great feeling. I’m enjoying the moment. It’s a very special thing to win my first title and the biggest of my career so far”, the player who arrived at the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in 2018, when he was just inside the top 140 in the ATP Rankings, recognised in an interview with ATPTour.com. In the less than 2 years since, his rise has been meteoric and on Monday he reached no. 34 in the world, his highest position yet.


His eruption into this elite section of the list also means he has exceeded the mark set by his father Christian Ruud in October 1995, when he peaked at no. 39 in the world. The news means that Casper is also the highest-ranking Norwegian in history. “I beat his ranking and I won a title, which he was unable to do”, joked the young 21-year-old player. “I no longer have to listen to the question of whether I can surpass my father, but now I have to try to think about improving and getting further”.


It was not the first time he has faced the possibility of claiming an ATP title. Last year, he fell at the final hurdle in Houston, but in Buenos Aires he took his chance with aplomb. And he did so after an impeccable week in which he saw off opponents such as Pablo Andújar (first round), Roberto Carballés (second round), Dusan Lajovic (quarter-finals), Juan Ignacio Londero (semi-finals) and Sousa in the decider.


After tasting success, the Norwegian was forthcoming about the help he has received in Manacor from the Rafa Nadal Academy. “It’s a great place if you want to be a professional tennis player. The Academy has helped me a lot with the coaches and everything else, as well as Rafa himself. He is very involved in my tennis and my career, so I’m very grateful to them and I will continue there for as long as I can”.


But Casper’s road does not end in Buenos Aires. Now, with Pedro Clar in his corner, he travels to Rio de Janeiro, a place that holds great memories for him. It was there that he was a semi-finalist in 2017 and he bowed out in the quarter-finals last year. Can he reach another final? We will find out from 17 to 23 February.



Nadal, world number one again

It has been one year since Rafa Nadal last occupied the world number one spot, and on Monday 4 November he climbed back to the peak of the ATP Rankings. The Spaniard’s stunning season, in which he reached at least the semi-finals in every tournament he played in –except for Acapulco (11/12)- means he will now begin a new period at the pinnacle of world tennis.


“I prefer being No. 1 to being No. 2 and No. 2 to being No. 3. And finishing the year as the No. 1 in the world is something special, I would love that to happen”, he admitted having reached the top of the rankings for the eighth time in his career, starting the tenth period in which a Spaniard has occupied that privileged position. “My priority is organising my schedule to play as much as possible. If I am the world number one at the end of the season with that schedule I’ll be very happy. But I won’t try to do anything special to be the No. 1”.


To get back to the peak of the ATP Tour he was just waiting for the numbers to fall into place, and the conditions he required all aligned during the last tournament of the Asian swing. Djokovic had to successfully defend the title he picked up last year in Shanghai, and he failed to do so (dropping from 1,000 points to 180) meaning that his total prior to the ATP Finals (Masters Cup) now puts Nadal ahead of the Serb, 640 points ahead be exact.


Nadal’s season was outstanding. “It is a year for which I can be happy about everything that was achieved”, began the Spaniard. “I won two Grand Slams [the French Open and the US Open], I’ve won other tournaments [the ATP Masters 1000s in Rome and Canada], I’m in a very good position in the world ranking [No. 1], so I’m happy to finish a year that didn’t seem as good as it was in the end”.


“It’s a season I can be happy with, I don’t like always talking about problems, but 2018 to the end of April 2019 was a year and half that was almost very good in terms of tennis but very bad in terms of injuries. I think that I played nine tournaments in 2018 and was only able to finish seven, that’s no good at all. Even so, I finished as No. 2 in the world and managed to win titles”, continued Nadal. “At the start of 2019 I had a lot of problems again. I had to withdraw in Brisbane, I had problems with my hand before starting in Acapulco, I had to withdraw from Indian Wells because of my knee... it was a long series of issues and luckily, with the help of my team and family, without a doubt we managed to turn it around”.


Nadal, who did not play in Shanghai, returned to the courts of Paris-Bercy, where he was forced to withdraw from his semi-final match (w.o. vs. Shapovalov). However, the Spaniard managed to add 360 points to his haul and will hold the No. 1 spot for at least two weeks, until the champion of the Masters Cup is decided on 17 November in London, where the king of 2019 will be crowned.


With the titles he claimed at this year’s French and US Opens, he is now just one Grand Slam victory behind Roger Federer’s 20 and closer than ever to becoming history’s most decorated player in the majors. In addition, the crowns at the ATP Masters 1000s in Rome and Canada make him the player with the most trophies in that category with 35. And now he has a new challenge in his sights; reaching 200 weeks as the world number one. Whatever happens, he will pick up two more to add to the 196 he has notched up since he first reached the position on 18 August 2008.


“The first time in my career that I was the world number one was in 2008. It was very important because I had been No. 2 for nearly four years and I was playing great tennis. It’s something that I wanted. Then finishing the year as No. 1 is even more important than being No. 1”, he revealed when asked about finishing another season at the top of the rankings.


More than ten years later, he is now the sixth on the list of players to have sat at the pinnacle of the ATP Ranking for the longest and he is battling to finish the season as No. 1 for the fifth time, a number that only Pete Sampras (6) has surpassed. All of this is the result of another stunning season in which Nadal has climbed back to the top of the rankings once more.


Die Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar konsolidiert ihr Wachstum mit dem Ausbau ihrer Anlagen

Nach ihrer Eröffnung im Jahr 2016 hat sich die Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar bereits zu einem Sportzentrum der Weltklasse entwickelt. Die in Manacor, der Heimatstadt von Rafa Nadal gelegene Akademie verfügt über modernste Einrichtungen und eine an die neuen Zeiten angepasste Infrastruktur, die durch einen Ausbau verstärkt wird, um der enormen Nachfrage der Spieler und Fans, die jedes Jahr ihre Einrichtungen besuchen, gerecht zu werden.


Die Erweiterung der Akademie umfasst den Bau einer Mehrzweckhalle mit 3 überdachten Hartplätzen und 7 halb überdachten Sandplätzen, wodurch den Spielern an Tagen, an denen ungünstige Witterungsbedingungen das Tennisspielen erschweren, ein optimaler Service geboten wird. Dieses Gebäude wird über Räume für die physische Vorbereitung, Physiotherapie, Psychologie, Ernährung und Sportmedizin verfügen, die es ermöglichen, den Spielern umfassende Dienstleistungen zu bieten. Darüber hinaus werden 8 weitere Sandplätze im Freien gebaut.


Der Ausbau, der bereits im Juni 2018 vom balearischen Parlament per Gesetz genehmigt und heute vom Regierungsrat ratifiziert wurde, wird die Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar als Motor für die Schaffung von Arbeitsplätzen konsolidieren und den Wohlstand der Stadt Manacor und ihrer Umgebung weiterhin fördern, indem der Sporttourismus auf den Balearischen Inseln gestärkt wird. Die Rafa Nadal Academy bekräftigt ihr Engagement für den lokalen Tennissport und Spieler aus Manacor und Umgebung werden auch weiterhin von der Ausbildung profitieren, die die Wettkampfschule für Jugendliche und Erwachsene Es Centre bietet.


Auf diese Weise werden die Rafa Nadal Academy und Es Centre über erstklassige Sportinfrastrukturen verfügen, die sowohl dem internationalen als auch dem mallorquinischen Publikum zur Verfügung stehen. Nach dem Ausbau wird der Komplex über folgende Einrichtungen verfügen:


-          19 Hartplätze im Freien

-          15 Sandplätze im Freien

-          4 überdachte Hartplätze

-          7 halb überdachte Sandplätze

-          1 Fußballplatz

-          7 Padel-Plätze

-          2 Squashplätze

-          1 halbolympisches Hallenbad

-          1 Schwimmbad im Freien

-          Fitnesscenter

-          Spa


Neben ihrer internationalen Ausrichtung durch die Akademie, ein touristisches Sportzentrum (Rafa Nadal Sports Centre) und das Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience, sind die Einrichtungen ganz klar dienstleistungsorientiert für die Mallorquiner, die täglich ein Fitnesscenter (SPORTTIME), ein Café/Restaurant (Sports Café) sowie ein Wellness- und Spa-Zentrum nutzen können. Darüber hinaus steht die zweisprachige Schule (Rafa Nadal International School) allen Schülern offen, die auf Mallorca ausgebildet werden möchten, ohne an einem Tennisprogramm teilnehmen zu müssen.


In einer zweiten Projektphase wird das Rafa Nadal Sports Centre die für den Sporttourismus bestimmten Plätze um 80 erweitern, sodass der Komplex insgesamt über 214 Plätze (mit den derzeit 134) verfügen wird. Die betreuten Plätze für junge Spieler der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar werden nicht ausgebaut und die seit 2016 bestehenden 140 Plätze bleiben erhalten.


Die Erweiterung der Akademie, deren Bauarbeiten in etwa 10 Tagen starten, wird es der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar ermöglichen, sich als einer der wichtigsten Wirtschaftsmotoren der Region zu konsolidieren und die Zahl der direkten (derzeit 302 Angestellte) und indirekten Arbeitsplätze über die lokalen Unternehmen, die am Projekt beteiligt sind, erhöhen.



Geschichte der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar

Obwohl Rafa Nadal und sein Team das Projekt der Akademie vor über zehn Jahren konzipiert haben, begann der offizielle Bau der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar am 3. November 2014 – ein historischer Meilenstein, der am 24. November mit einem symbolischen Spatenstich gefeiert wurde.  


Nach dem ersten Summer Camp im Sommer 2016 wurde der erste Schülerjahrgang am 1. September in der Akademie aufgenommen. Die offizielle Einweihung der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar fand am 19. Oktober 2016 im Rahmen eines bewegenden Events statt, an dem Roger Federer, José María Álvarez-Pallete (Präsident von Telefónica) und herausragende Persönlichkeiten und Größen aus der Welt des Tennissports teilnahmen.


Nach Konsolidierung der Akademie in Manacor wurde ein Expansionsprojekt mit der Eröffnung der Tenniskomplexe „Rafa Nadal Tennis Centre“ in Costa Mujeres (Mexiko) und in Chalkidiki (Griechenland) gestartet, wo Tennisprogramme nach der Trainingsmethode der Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar erteilt werden.


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