Rafael Nadal: It is not right that children are guided by their idols

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal spoke about his attitude to idols.

“I don’t think it’s great when children want to be like celebrities, as in some cases, famous people may not be a good example. Children want to be what they see on TV, and what they see on TV is not it’s always good. If a child wants to be like me and I do everything well, it’s welcome.

But if he wants to be famous or to flash on TV, forget about it. It doesn’t matter much. What is really important is to be a good person, respectful, educated, and have friends. When and you have friends and people who are close to you, they never speak badly about you, it is of tremendous importance, ”Nadal quotes ABC.

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