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Rafael Nadal: What he said, really meant and definitely did not

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Rafael Nadal Goes Native in Japan

What he said:

“It’s not just noodles,I’ve had teppanyaki, I’ve been to the fish market. Whatever country in the world we play in we always look for Japanese food.”

World No. 2 Rafael Nadal denies that he’s solely a Japanese noodle sampler. The Spaniard was spotted slurping instant noodles prior and post his matches at the Japan Open. The Mallorcan also slipped freebies into his bag.

Nadal added:

“Maybe 30 percent of nights when we go for dinner around the world we eat Japanese food.”

What he really meant:

“I’m no noodle brain. I can grill, as well.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“A celebratory dinner of teriyaki and teppanyaki followed by saki should I defend my title here.”


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