Rafael Nadal has set fans’ hearts racing after whipping out some sensual dance moves at a Shakira concert.
The tennis superstar is currently in Toronto for the Rogers Cup, his trip to Canada coinciding with a Shakira tour.
And before getting his tournament underway on Thursday, the World No.1 decided to unwind at one of the Colombian singer’s shows.
good morning rafael nadal went to the shakira concert 😄💘 pic.twitter.com/wUBqdfqiiR
— joy | 🍁☀️🤞🏼 (@peakrafa) August 8, 2018
And as you can see in the video above, Nadal was spotted showing off some very sexy moves in the crowd.
The Spaniard got his hips moving and shaking as other fans spotted him and showed their appreciation.
Video of his dancing also went viral on social media, with fans collectively losing it.
I don't know but watching Rafa Nadal dancing in a Shakira's concert gives me life.❤😍😍😍
— Ale_Castillo (@alecast8) August 8, 2018
— aRNi (@Arni_Abd) August 8, 2018
Omg yassss those hips don’t lie
— Meg✨ (@meganneill8) August 8, 2018
Do That Thang Rafael!
— Rhonda Carr (@sunshine80325) August 8, 2018
oh yes – those hips don’t lie 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘
— BM@paradise (@biljanamontele1) August 8, 2018
Loooook!!! Rafa got the grooves!!! Dancing t Shakira's song!! Luv it!!! Hahaha… 😍💞❤😘😍💞
— Eugene (@BeautifulMin2) August 8, 2018
As it turns out, Nadal and Shakira have been fans of each other for years.
The tennis superstar actually made a very raunchy appearance in Shakira’s music video for ‘Gypsy’ in 2010:
Rafa and Djokovic cruise into third round
Novak Djokovic, coming off his fourth Wimbledon title, beat Canadian wildcard Peter Polansky 6-3, 6-4. The Serb had seven aces and never faced a break point in the 1-hour, 25-minute match that just beat the afternoon rain.
Nadal, playing for the first time since a five-set loss to Djokovic in the Wimbledon semifinals, topped France’s Benoit Paire 6-2, 6-3 at night after a series of rain delays.
A former world No. 1, Djokovic is seeded ninth in the event he last won in 2016.
“I thought I served well in the moments when I really need it,” Djokovic said. “I thought I found pretty good accuracy and angles with the first serve, and also my second serve worked pretty well. Overall, my game was so-and-so. In the moments when I probably needed to step it up, I did.”
Heavy morning rain delayed the match by about an hour.
Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas set up a match against Djokovic, knocking off seventh-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria, 6-3, 7-6 (6).
Nadal will face the winner of the match between Marton Fucsovics of Hungary and Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland.