“A great emotion to restart from this important event” (Photos and Videos) – Sanremonews.it

The City of Flowers returns to host the great international tennis with the ATP Challenger Sanremo Tournament scheduled from Sunday to Saturday 9. The home of the prestigious tournament will be the Tennis Sanremo which, in 2022, celebrates its 125 years of life. The event has the collaboration of the Regional Committee of the Italian Tennis Federation, the patronage and support of the Liguria Region, the Municipality of Sanremo, the Province of Imperia, the Sanremo Casino, Coni and Federtennis.
President Matteo this morning Civarolo opened the doors of Tennis Sanremo for the presentation of the tournament. With him also the Councilor for Sport of the Municipality of Sanremo, Giuseppe Faraldi.

Qualifiers are scheduled for Sunday and Monday Saturday 9, from 11, the finals will be staged. Tuesday first and second round of singles and first round of doubles, Wednesday eighths of single and first and second round of doubles, Thursday quarter-finals of singles and doubles, Friday semifinals of singles and doubles (starting at 11), final Saturday of the singular at 11 and of the double at 14.
The fields of corso Matuzia 28 will be free to enter for a prestigious international men’s singles tournament with prize money equal to 45,000 euros.
The qualifying draw will see 24 players compete (3 wild cards). The singles draw will consist of 32 players (4 wild cards). The doubles draw will consist of 24 pairs (2 wild cards). The winner of the tournament will total 80 ATP points.

The big names of tennis and many emerging talents are expected in Sanremo.
The headlights will be aimed at Gianluca Mager (best ranking 65 ATP), born in 1994 and raised in Sanremo and trained by the Sanremo Tennis Team of the technical manager Matteo Civarolo. The listed entry list also features the 18-year-old Danish Holger Runes, the youngest tennis player in the top 100 ATP. Attention also to Flavio Cobolli, Roman, 19, 165 ATP and fresh winner of the Zadar Challenger in Croatia. 33-year-old Latvian Ernests Gulbis, in 2014 among the top 10 ATP tennis players, is hunting for a prestigious result to get closer to the top of the world rankings. Thomas Fabbiano (best ranking 70 ATP) is one of the most talented Italian tennis players, currently at home at Tennis Sanremo where the 21-year-old Matteo also trains Arnaldi, currently 355 ATP. Also keep an eye on the 31-year-old Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert (best ranking 36 ATP, currently 11) and to the Dutch Robin Haase (best ranking 33 ATP).


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