Rafael Nadal opens tennis center in Mexico
What a bad start for the Rafa Nadal Tennis Center, the tennis player who is in Acapulco enjoying the honey of his effort. Rumours are growing that the sports centre, which was built in the Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres in the Riviera Maya, a tourist complex that is part of the Spanish developer Palladium Hotel Group, has many debts and scandals at the door. And that Rafal Nadal does not take this into account.
The tennis school is an association between the real estate group and the tennis player, the first ones are in charge of construction and operation and the tennis star puts the prestige of his brand and in theory the methods of training champions.
It turns out that while the Spanish tennis player opened the facilities of the business that bears his name, dozens of employees of the developer ask about their salaries and benefits pending since December 2018. That all those affected are requesting that Palladium Hotel Group pays for the services provided. They are even seeking the intervention of the governor and the embassy of Spain. Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal is on his own without noticing this scandal at the door.
Source: El Sol de Mexico
The doors of the "Rafa Nadal Tennis Center" were officially opened, the second school with the signature and the unique training method of the Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal.
With eight clay courts, the academy promoted by the Spanish racket player, once number one of the Association of Professional Tennis Players (ATP), was inaugurated in Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, with which it seeks to expand its legacy in white sports.
"It's a very important moment for me, for my team, in a place we know, like Mexico, we've been here for several years now; It is a place that always treats us very well, as well as being an innovative project in this Palladium Group Resort, "said the Mallorcan.
With the delivery of a clinic, the Spanish Rafael Nadal will officially open on February 18 its first sports center specializing in tennis, located in Costa Mujeres, Quintana Roo, in the Mexican Caribbean.
The Rafa Nadal Tennis Center started operations last December and has eight clay courts, a 7-a-side soccer field, and a paddle court, among other services, which have already passed hundreds of players thanks to the programs taught by instructors of the Rafa Nadal Academy.
Before the clinic, the official opening ceremony of the sports complex will take place, and then the Spanish will take a tour of the center's facilities, accompanied by Carlos Moya, technical director of the Rafa Nadal Academy.
With this will also be inaugurated an extension of the Rafa Nadal Museum Xperience, which will be exhibited some of the best moments of his career, as well as objects donated by great athletes, which complement the offer composed of simulators, interactive games and reality platforms Virtual of different sports.
The Rafa Nadal Tennis Center, already cataloged as "The New Tennis Paradise", will provide residents of the area with a wide range of training and training programs, such as private classes for adults, youth and children, clinics and workshops, among others.
The paradisiacal area of Costa Mujeres, about 30 kilometers northeast of Cancun, frames the first sports center of the tennis player, inspired by the training methodology that takes place at the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in Manacor, Balearic Islands.