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Nadal welcomes Majorca flood victims to his tennis academy

Madrid : World number one Rafael Nadal is helping the flood victims of his native place Majorca by opening the gates of his tennis academy to those who are affected.
Taking to Twitter, the Spaniard expressed condolences to the relatives of the deceased and injured by severe floods in the region and further announced that his academy is to open to those who are looking for accommodation in this tough situation.
Nadal had last appeared in the semi-final of the 2018 US Open against Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina where he had to retire without even completing the match due to a knee injury. 

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