Rafael Nadal Visits Today Show [Video]
by Tom Gainey | September 14th, 2010, 12:28 pm
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There’s no sleep for the champion. Just hours after winning the career Slam at the US Open, Rafael Nadal hit the talk show media circuit this morning.

Nadal and his US Open trophy were in the heart of New York City to make an appearance the NBC Today Show. Nadal was interviewed by Carl Quintanilla, Ann Curry and Meredith Vieira.

Nadal is also scheduled to make an appearance at Niketown for a press conference. Free T-shirts available if you hurry:

Rafa and John McEnroe will be at Niketown NY doing an interview! on Twitpic

Here’s the video from the Today Show:

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6 Comments for Rafael Nadal Visits Today Show [Video]

Ann Says:

Ann Curry mentioned that Raphael Nadal sews his own clothes. What does he sew? Where can I view his creations?


Joy Says:

Ann Curry says while shaking Rafa’s hand: “Hey, I can see why he holds a tennis racquet so well!” Except she was shaking his right hand, and Rafa plays with his left! LOL


Azmi Says:

Joy, maybe she meant the backhand. LOL


Monalysa Says:

Sorry, but Ann Curry is just so full of c**p!!!!


Fot Says:

Sure was a short interview!


Denise Colton Says:

-Always very happy to see Rafa!! He has made Tennis interesting to me again. His personality is charming, and always humble. One can see that he works very hard, all the time. He is the most refreshing athelite in the world news that we have had for a long time.

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