Rafael Nadal takes first place in a golf tournament.

the best individual score (37 strokes), tied with Marc Salvà (also from Spain): the Majorcan, winner of 22 Grand Slam titles but unable to compete against Australian Nick Kyrgios in the semifinals of the most recent Wimbledon Open due to an abdominal injury.

The Rafa Nadal Academy team had a total of 108 strokes, good for tenth place in the Handicap classification mode. Nadal, a golf aficionado with a handicap not unlike that of a professional, took a break in Ibiza and Majorca.

A tennis tournament, the Canadian Masters 1000, will be held in Montreal from August 7-14, and he plans to play in it. His name appears on the roster for the Balearic Individual Golf Professional Championship, which is being held this week in Alcanada (Alcdia) from Wednesday, July 20th, through Friday, July 22nd.

After five full seasons at the top, Rafael Nadal spent a total of 209 weeks as the ATP world no. 1. When it comes to the ATP rankings, he is the only player in history to have topped the list in three different decades (2000-2009, 2010-2019, 2020-2029).

In addition, he holds the record for the longest time spent at No. 2 in tennis (160 weeks), trailing only Roger Federer by 370 weeks.

He holds the record for the most consecutive weeks spent in the top 10 and is the only player in history to have never been demoted from the top 10. (878: April 25, 2005 to present).