According to El Pais, the Spaniard ha an empire: real estate, hotels, a Netflix series and not only
Rafael Nadal’s business empire is simply crazy. Real estate, hotels, a Netflix series. According to El Pais, despite his absence from the court from the 2023 Australian Open, the Spanish star has increased his investments and his assets, in recent months without tennis.
Nadal is expected to return to the court for the upcoming Melbourne Slams in 2024, although he has not yet confirmed his presence at the first Major of next season. Aspemir, his holding company, has a turnover of 20 million dollars, which guaranteed him a profit of 11.4 million in 2021, 102% more than the previous year.
Rafael Nadal’s business empire
Nadal’s holding company owns 33.3% of Mabel Capital, a company that has designed luxury apartments in the Plaza de la Villa de París in Madrid and which aims to expand in the Costa del Sol, Portugal and California.
And the Tatel restaurant chain, with tables in Madrid, Ibiza, Valencia and six other cities around the world. In turn, Mabel owns part of Komodo, the company that organizes the Mad Cool music festival and the Netflix series Soy Georgina and Tamara Falcó: La Marquesa.
The main company controlled by the Nadal family is the Center Esportiu Manacor in Manacor, where tennis players can stay and train, but also try the Rafa Nadal Residence experience.
The tennis player’s mother, Ana María Parera, is the sole director of Aspemir, while his father, Sebastián Nadal, is the CEO. The holding’s turnover improved by 15%, reaching 20.75 million in revenues for the year.
Of these, 12.6 million come from abroad. At the end of 2022, together with the Spanish chain Meliá, Nadal presented the new hotel brand Zel, which plans to open 20 hotels in five years. We recall Nadal should come back on the court for the beginning of the 2024 tennis season, despite he didn’t granted a date.
He could come back for the Australian Open, as Craig Tiley, the CEO of Tennis Australia, hope and said, but there are still a lot of doubts about his presence in Australia.