Rafael Nadal gets first place in a golf tournament.

Mallorcan tennis player Rafa Nadal and his Manacor Academy team finished in first place, tied with Balneario Illetas & Gran Folies Beach Club, in the fourth Scratch round of the Qromia Hexagonal Golf Circuit held this Sunday at the Arabella Golf Course They are Muntaner (Palma).

Rafael Nadal is a golf enthusiast.

Nadal, along with his uncle and former FC Barcelona player Miguel Ángel Nadal, Peter Mason and Jorge Alborch, delivered a 96-shot card in a competition in which 26 teams took part.

In Scratch mode, whoever has the lowest score with raw hits wins. The Majorcan, winner of 22 Grand Slam titles and who did not play the semi-final of the last Wimbledon Open against Australian Nick Kyrgios due to an abdominal injury, was the golfer who obtained the best individual score (37 moves), with Marc Salvà.

In the Handicap classification modality, the Rafa Nadal Academy team finished in tenth place with 108 shots. Nadal, a great golf lover and whose handicap is similar to that of a professional golfer, took advantage of a few days off in Ibiza and Mallorca.

He should return to the tennis courts during the Canadian Masters 1000 which will take place from August 7 to 14 in Montreal. This week, from Wednesday July 20 to Friday July 22, he will participate in the Balearic Individual Professional Golf Championship in Alcanada (Alcúdia), according to the list of registered players.

Rafael Nada was world number one in the ATP for a total of 209 weeks, finishing 5 seasons at the top of the rankings. He is the only player in history to have reached the number 1 position in the ATP rankings in three different decades (2000-2009, 2010-2019, 2020-2029).

In addition, he is the tennis player who has occupied the second place in the ranking for the longest time (370 weeks in total), staying there for 160 consecutive weeks (all-time high) behind Roger Federer.

He is the only player in history to have never been relegated from the top 10 in the rankings, as well as the absolute record holder for the number of consecutive weeks (878: from April 25, 2005 to today).

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