Rafael Nadal Visits The Fishes At Melbourne Aquarium [Video]
by Tom Gainey | January 21st, 2012, 12:36 am
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Rafael Nadal took advantage of a day off during the middle of the Australian Open by visiting the Melbourne Aquarium on Saturday.

“After the match we went to one of my favorite places in Melbourne: the aquarium! It’s so incredible to touch a manta. Congratulations Feli for your great match. My friend, the day after tomorrow, we’ll be rivals at the court :)” Nadal said.

Nadal, who is a big fisherman back in Mallorca, continues his Australian Open draw tomorrow against very good friend Feliciano Lopez in the fourth round. Nadal has yet to lose a single set in three matches. He won the Australian Open in 2009.

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