WATCH: Rafael Nadal gives speech after defeating Novak Djokovic to pick up his 10th Rome title.

Like his play on the court, Rafael Nadal is continuing to improve all aspects of his life, including the Rafa Nadal Academy.

The Spaniard created the academy to help younger players and adults in improving their game with some of the greatest coaches in the world. Now, Nadal is beginning a massive expansion project the will include multiple indoor red clay-courts.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion is shown decked out in construction gear, showing off the ongoing work.


Along with the beautiful expansion, Nadal informed fans that his latest hardware from Rome and Barcelona are officially added into the Rafa Nadal Museum which is also located at the tennis center.

"Before going to Paris, I want to let you know that these two beautiful trophies are here in the museum next to the other ones," Nadal said in his latest Instagram video for the academy in Mallorca.


The academy has been home to current ATP stars, including Felix Auger-Aliassime, who was seen training at the Academy during the off-season in December.

Nadal is currently preparing for the quickly approaching Roland Garros at his academy in Spain.