Tennis great Rafa Nadal has joined in with clean-up efforts following devastating flash floods in his native Majorca. The floods have killed at least 10 people and others are missing.
CNN reports the 17-time grand slam champion was out with a broom on the streets of Sant Llorenç clearing mud and water from the roads.
Nadal owns a tennis academy in the nearby town of Manacor which he offered up to victims left homeless in the wake of the flooding.
Nadal writing on Twitter. "My most sincere condolences to the families of the passed and those hurt by the severe floods in San Llorenç.