How does one celebrating winning a record-breaking 10th Roland Garros crown? With a trip to Ibiza, of course. Rafael Nadal ventured to the famous island with friends for a weekend of basking in the glory, and the sunshine.
You just rode a long way in the little boat to get to the big boat so what do you do? If you're Rafa you immediately jump off again.???????? pic.twitter.com/H6Wr5MmS6T— TroubleFault (@troublefault) June 18, 2017
After making history in Paris just eight days ago, the 31-year-old had every reason to let loose:
He even had time for a trip out to one of the famous Ibiza night clubs:
The world No. 2 had to pull out of Queen's Club this week, but was already home in Mallorca training on grass on Monday.
He may not be in action this week, but his rivals Roger Federer and Andy Murray are in Halle and Queen's Club, respectively.