‘Chef’ Rafael Nadal shows off his cooking skill to fans
In a recent video on Instagram, the 19-time grand slam winner can be seen flaunting his cooking skills
Sporting events have been cancelled across the world due to coronavirus outbreak. Athletes are taking to new hobbies to keep themselves busy at home.
Tennis champ Rafael Nadal has donned the chef’s hat in these times. In a recent video on Instagram, the 19-time grand slam winner can be seen flaunting his cooking skills.
In the video, Nadal is using a hand blender to mix a few ingredients.
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Estoy desbordado con el trabajo en casa ... 😩 Más fácil sería estar en el torneo de Monte Carlo (que tocaba esta semana) entrenando 3 horas de tenis 🎾 😂😂😂 Pero por ahora es lo que toca y con buena cara! 😀 Después pongo una foto del resultado... ¡¡Y lo dicho, a animarse !! #yomequedoencasa #iorestoacasa #istayhome #jerestechezmoi
He told fans about his experience at home during self-isolation. Nadal, on a funny note, said he was overwhelmed with work at home and it would be easier if he was playing the Monte Carlo tournament. The Monte Carlo-Masters is a key event in the clay-court calendar and was scheduled to begin from 12 April. It was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nadal, known as the ‘king of clay’, has won 11 titles at Monte Carlo. Nadal’s Instagram post was a hit with over 15 lakh likes. Many users reacted to it with interesting comments. Most fans found the video “wonderful” with some of the calling called him chef Nadal. Nadal had last month also shared photos on Instagram of him cooking. The tennis star had revealed that he was cooking for his wife.
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Hola a todos! Aquí estoy de nuevo... hoy también toca cocinar para mi y para mi mujer... a ver si sabéis qué estaba haciendo.. la respuesta más tarde... 😉 Espero que todos estéis bien y en casa cuidándose. Fuerza y ánimo #yomequedoencasa #iostoacasa #tuttoandràbene #jerestechezmoi #istayhome #tennisathome well actually #cookingathome A post shared by Rafa Nadal (@rafaelnadal) on
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