Rafael Nadal: ‘I was not able to spend a lot of time on…’

Rafael Nadal and his wife Xisca María Perelló collaborated with Henry Jacques to create two perfumes personalized to their personalities. Nadal made the collaboration public in Paris. “A week ago… in Paris…

we present this amazing project with @henryjacquesparfums,” Nadal wrote on Instagram. Nadal opted for his perfume to smell like what he loves. “Rafael Nadal’s relationship with nature and the earth as a whole is clear: “I love the Mediterranean aroma, the citrus fruits, the freshness” Furthermore, “there is nothing like the smell of the earth after the rain, when the sun goes down…”

wrote the Henry Jacques team on Instagram. “Rafael Nadal enjoys a special relationship with fragrances; they are a true part of daily life, his rituals and a true reflection of his state of mind. Les Brumes Rafael Nadal N°1 and N°2 available exclusively in all HJ Boutiques”, wrote the Henry Jacques company on Instagram.

About Xisca María Perelló’s perfume. “For me, it is important that my perfume becomes part of my identity, that it is recognizable and perfectly matches my personality. I imagined this fragrance as a feeling of security, self-confidence, uniqueness, strength and plenitude”, said María Perelló to Henry Jacques.

Nadal has played very little tennis

Speaking to the media, Rafael Nadal stressed that he gives it his best in every tournament regardless of his record at the event. “I try my best in every single event. That’s true.

Doesn’t matter if I won it [in the past] or not. When I enter a tennis tournament, I want to win and I’m going to try my best to achieve that goal. Here I was not able to make it, I was not good enough to make it in the past.

So I just accept that and I’m happy to give myself another chance at the age of 36 — something, for me, that was difficult to imagine years ago,” he explained. “First time for me in Turin. That’s something that is great because in the end, we know different places, we are able to live different experiences, different types of fans,” he said.

“London has been unforgettable, great. Now Turin. The Italian crowd is super passionate. So I’m very excited about enjoying this [Nitto ATP] Finals here in Turin. Hopefully that gives me some positive feelings,” he added.

“I like to spend days on the Tour, first of all, and then of course the last couple of months I was not able to spend a lot of time on the Tour. I’m happy to be here, happy to be playing the last tournament of the year, sharing with the other Top 7,” Nadal said, speaking to ATP Media during media day in Turin.

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