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Video: Rafael Nadal strips in new Armani ad


Following last week's Armani video campaign starring Rihanna, the label have released another new video starring the male face (and body) of the brand, tennis player Rafael Nadal.

The video follows a similar theme - car park, stripping, pulling on a pair of Armanis. However, we seem to appreciate the Spaniard's video a significant amount more than the Rihanna one. Perhaps it's because we've always admired Nadal for his powerful serve and impressive tennis skills. Yes, that's it. Ahem...

Enjoy the video (shot by Johan Renck, the director behind some of Madonna’s biggest videos) yourself below.



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