Rafael Nadal Left Rio With An ATP Title And A Deal With Ronaldo’s Marketing Agency
by Tom Gainey | February 28th, 2014, 4:40 pm
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Rafael Nadal met with soccer Ronaldo while in Rio de Janeiro and the two legends of their sport are now tied together financially.

Ronaldo’s marketing agency announced yesterday that his firm will handle all of Nadal’s advertising interests in Brazil.

Ronaldo said in a statement, “Nadal is a lot more than just a new partner, he’s an idol that all of us learned to admire for his talent on the courts and for the kind of person that he is.”

Nadal won the inaugural title in Rio last Sunday defeating Alexandr Dolgopolov.

Nadal-Ronaldo.

Nadal-Ronaldo.


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2 Comments for Rafael Nadal Left Rio With An ATP Title And A Deal With Ronaldo’s Marketing Agency

Steve 27 Says:

The “real” Ronaldo, the best 9 of all time!
Il “Fenomeno”!


James Says:

Rafa Nadal’s superstardom rising.

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