| | We’d be psyched too if someone named a star for us|
Federer might dominate the grass, but in space? Out there, his rival
Rafael Nadal rules. On May 28, 2003, Spanish astronomers discovered a
new asteroid in the Main Belt and named it after the tennis star.
Today, while Nadal hits at Wimbledon, his namesake is drifting
somewhere between Mars and Jupiter, more than 100 million miles from
Earth. Track him…or, it, here.—Gregory Mone