No matter how many times Nadal changes hairstyles, the Spanish tennis pro will always be known for his signature long, layered, and sweaty mane that, while on the court, he usually kept under a sweatband. When Nadal turned to New York City hairstylist Julien Farel to chop off his hair in 2009, it caused such a stir that newspapers, sports blogs, and Vanity Fair covered the event.
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