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Toni Nadal grew up on 21 February, 1961 in Manacor, Spain. Find Toni Nadal’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years of age.

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How old? 60 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 21 February 1961
Born day 21 February
Birthplace Manacor, Spain
Nationality Spain

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Toni Nadal was the record holder of the most Grand Slam titles won as a coach with 16 until February 2, 2021, when Marián Vajda and Novak Djokovic won their 17th Grand Slam title together in the Australian Open, giving Vajda the sole possession of the top position in the history of tennis.


In late February 2017 Toni Nadal announced that he decided to retire from his nephew’s coaching staff. Toni had informed Carlos Moya and his brother (and Rafael’s father) Sebastián, of his intentions. Toni originally withheld the knowledge of his plans to separate from Rafael, who found out when it was released in the news. Toni did not inform Rafael of this decision because he did not want to distract Rafael from his tennis. Toni stated that he came to regret keeping this information from his nephew.


In December 2016, Rafael Nadal added countryman Carlos Moyá, a former number one tennis player in the world, to work alongside Toni Nadal as his coach. Toni Nadal was the first one to contact Moyá to see if he would be willing to join Rafael’s coaching team, believing it would be the perfect time to include him. Carlos is also expected to be working with Toni with projects for the Rafa Nadal Academy.


In 2015, after Rafael Nadal lost in the second round at Wimbledon to Dustin Brown, who was ranked No. 102 at the time, former world No. 1 John McEnroe said on BBC Radio 5 Live that the Spanish tennis star should “get a new damn coach”. Rafael had failed to reach the semifinals at all four Grand Slam events that year. In February 2016, at the Buenos Aires Open, Toni Nadal admitted that Rafael would have probably already replaced him had he not been his uncle.


Toni Nadal previously assumed the lead on coaches’ rank list with his 12th Grand Slam title as a coach on June 9, 2013, when Rafael Nadal defeated David Ferrer in the Roland Garros final in Paris, breaking a tie with Lennart Bergelin, coach of Björn Borg between 1974–1981.


Toni Nadal, who grew up into a Spanish family, was the third child, having two other brothers. His younger brother Miguel became a professional football player for FC Barcelona. Toni Nadal tried participating in several sports including football, table tennis, and swimming. He achieved the title of junior champion of Balearic Islands in his table tennis career. He was the first of his siblings to play tennis when he started doing so at fourteen years of age. Nadal was inspired to join the sport when he saw Ilie Năstase win the Barcelona Masters in 1972.


Antonio “Toni” Nadal Homar (Spanish pronunciation: [anˈtonjo ˈtoni naˈðal oˈmaɾ] ; born 21 February 1961) is a Spanish tennis coach. Toni Nadal is the uncle and ex-coach of tennis player Rafael Nadal and the elder brother of Spanish footballer Miguel Ángel Nadal. With 16 Grand Slam titles won with Rafael Nadal, he was the most successful coach in the history of tennis until Marián Vajda surpassed him in 2021, when Vajda and his player Novak Djokovic won their 17th Grand Slam title together.