María Francisca Perelló next to Juan Manuel Serrano Quintana.
Rafa Nadal and his girlfriend Xisca Perello at the gala of the Rafa Nadal Foundation in Paris in 2015.
Tennis player Rafael Nadal and his wife Xisca Perelló pose on their arrival at the commemorative dinner of the "10th Anniversary of the Rafa Nadal Foundation" held at the Italian Consulate in Madrid in 2021.
Rafa Nadal presents the limited edition of a racket bag.
“My foundation is a big part of my life and for it is great for children to have played such an important role in the design."
“It’s about opening doors to things that they can’t and working through sport, physically, emotionally and socially..”
"Adults who come here for a week will have the certainty that they will be able to train and all of the boys and girls who are here all year round won’t miss any training days..”
The Rafa Nadal Foundation has worked in Spain for the betterment of society not just through sports, but also through education and health.
Offering a complementary educative programme, the centre uses sport as its main means of bringing about personal integration and development as well as inspiring values of respect, excellence and fellowship.
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