Rafael Nadal Gets Married In Mallorca [Videos]
by Staff | October 20th, 2019, 9:08 pm
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The last of the Big 4 finally tied the knot this weekend. Rafael Nadal wed longtime girlfriend Maria Francisca Perello in a ceremony in Mallorca.

The event, held at La Fortaleza, was attended by about 350 guests including players David Ferrer, Juan Monaco and Feliciano Lopez.

Congratulations to Rafa and Xisca who first began dating 14 years ago!

Wedding videos:

Nadal’s first event back as a married man is scheduled to be the Paris indoors next week.


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6 Comments for Rafael Nadal Gets Married In Mallorca [Videos]

Andy Mira Says:

At last Rafa!!….Even tho my heart was broken a thousand pieces when u choose xisca over me…that’s ok!…Hope there’ll be a bunch of little Rafa & xisca in the future!…

Hoping too that married life will continue bring him lots of good luck & success..judging from what his Big 3 r having…heh heh..insyaallah Rafa will too!!…

Vamos Rafa!!…Love u!!…Woohoo!!


Sivaji Says:

Waw!.. Congratulations Rafa


chrisford1 Says:

Congratulations to Rafa and very patient bride “Xisca”. Rafa, please consider a longer honeymoon. You don’t need the money. Skip Paris. You always lose indoors, anyways.
(From the photos I saw it looked like a beautiful ceremony)


Alison Hodge Says:

He looks handsome, she looks stunning, they make a beautiful couple, may they have a long and happy life together, congrats Mr and Mrs Nadal ;-)

Enough now back to tennis and kicking arse again Rafa please ….


Django Says:

Did they get married in church?


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