Rafael Nadal is writing a blog for Times Online during Wimbledon fortnight and he has also agreed to answer your questions.
Here is the excerpt
from his blog:
I am back in London and back writing this blog. First of all I would like to thank this newspaper for giving me this opportunity to write this blog again here during WIMBLEDON and thanks to all you readers for following me and reading what a non writer like me does. I hope I don't make too many mistakes.
I feel great back here in London, or better if I say at Wimbledon. I had a great week in London after Roland Garros playing at the Artois Championships at Queen's. I didn't think I could win it when I was travelling on the Eurostar (without air conditioning by the way) with my parents and a couple of my team."
You can send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
and read his blog at Times Online
Here is one question Rafa answered which I think is interesting.
Hi Rafa, welcome back - it's great to have you blogging here in London again!
I was wondering: in your US blog you said that you bought a cuddly toy (un peluche), as you do every year. What do you do with them all?! Do you have a room in which you keep all your trophies and cuddly toys? Or do you keep them in bed with you? Thanks for your time.
- Emma Chesterman.
Rafa: I have them at home, but I don't sleep with them, that's for sure :-)
(via Times Online)