Late in September world number one tennis player Rafael Nadal, participated in an ancient Thai Buddhist ritual by presenting alms to monks on the beach during his recent stay at the luxurious InterContinental Hua Hin Resort. Nadal happily led the ceremony on the beach right outside his room.
The champion player is in the country for the Thailand Open and took the time in Hua Hin to rest and recuperate in a relaxing, yet opulent, environment after a stellar year that has so far yielded the US and French Opens and Wimbledon.
Nadal is keeping busy before his first match. He is scheduled to take part in the King’s One Million Tree Planting Program in Hua Hin and then meet with Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva in Bangkok.
Reported by Hua Hin News Net
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