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Spanish sport, through various manifestations, It squared with the fatal victims that left the heavy rains that have fallen during this week in Mallorca.
The most hurtful with what happened has been Rafael Nadal, who offered his facilities to receive the victims and participated in cleaning work in the city.
This Thursday the number one of the world tennis stayed in that line and participated in a minute of silence in his Academy.
In the Spanish capital, meanwhile, Real Madrid's team also kept a minute of silence before starting the practice of the day.
While the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) requested to keep a minute of silence in all official matches next weekend as a sign of respect for the victims of the floods in Mallorca.
In the absence of First Division matches due to the FIFA date, it is explained in the statement that the mourning will be kept in the Second, Second B, Third and Autonomous Federations.