Rafael Nadal Museum Flashes the Iconic #23 Jersey of NBA Legend Michael Jordan

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History is the prestige of every sport; it is at the heart of all athletes. And Spain’s tennis icon Rafael Nadal has found a perfect way to preserve and celebrate it. He has built an enormous complex that is now a destination for the ultimate sports experience in his hometown Mallorca, Spain.

The Rafa Nadal Academy has every facility that an athlete and a sports fan need. But his most treasured creation is the Rafa Nadal Museum that holds all of his tennis achievements. Moreover, the place also stores mementoes of great athletes from around the globe and different sport.

For instance, the American businessman and the greatest basketball player Michael Jordan has also donated a jersey to the museum.

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Rafael Nadal Museum stores the legendary #23 jersey of Michal Jordan

DATE: 10/20/01 PHOTO BY : JOEL RICHARDSON DIG MICHAEL JORDAN AND THE WIZARDS HOST NEW JERSEY NETS (Photo by The The Washington Post via Getty Images)

The 2-time Olympic Gold medallist and 6-time NBA champion, Michael Jordan is the biggest deal when it comes to athleticism. Being a global cultural icon, he is also a phenomenon that happens once in two or more generations.

And, he has found his way to the Rafael Nadal Museum. Recently, the museum shared the picture of Jordan jersey cabinet which itself looks iconic.

The tweet read, “If you like sports, don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy this historic Michael Jordan jersey! You can see it at the #RafaNadalMuseum!”

Earlier, they expressed gratitude to American tennis queen Serena Williams for donating her shoes. In addition to that, there are great many signed jerseys for some of the biggest soccer stars in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are also part of that list.

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Nadal’s museum immortalises the Big Four of tennis

LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 21: (L-R) Andy Murray of Great Britain, Novak Djokovic of Siberia, Roger Federer of Switzerland and Rafael Nadal of Spain attend a ceremony for Carlos Moya’s retirement during the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at O2 Arena on November 21, 2010, in London, England. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Namely, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray form the big four of tennis. And each one of them has donated a tennis racket to the museum. Their cabinet is undoubtedly the biggest attraction for fans coming in every single day.

Apart from them, the museum also has a replica of the UEFA champions league trophy. And also, a replica of Fernando Alonso’s Renault R5 which won him his first championship.

Moreover, The great collection is ceaseless and will keep growing with Rafa and sports fraternity on the globe. But as a fan, it is indeed the ultimate experience. And hopefully, it will take care of the history of every sport.

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