Óbidos – Visit this little medieval gem of Portugal and enjoy some good tennis moments!

THE TOURNAMENT: ITF WOMEN Bom Sucesso Ladies Open 3

From 10/09 to 10/15

Surface: Carpet outdoor

Prize money: $ 25,000

Tournament location: Bom Sucesso Tennis Academy – Rua do Comércio Nº 27, OBIDOS, 2510-662, Portugal

How to arrive: Lisbon international Airport is far from tennis venue about 89 km and from old town less than 80 km and 50 minutes driving. The tennis venue is at about 13 km from city centre.

Entry list: Irina Kromacheva (Rus) – Magdalena Frech (Pol) – Anna Kalinskaya (Rus) – Georgia Brescia (Ita) – Maria Teresa Torro Flor (Esp) – Elitsa Kostova (Bul) – Olga Ianchuk (Ukr) – Katy Dunne (Gbr) – Valeria Savinkh (Rus) – Veronika Kudermetova (Rus)

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Former top 100 Irina Kromacheva will lead the seeding of the tournament

THE TOWN: Óbidos is a little and cute town and in the Oeste Subregion of Portugal. The town proper has approximately 3100 inhabitants. The municipality population in 2011 was 11,772 in an area of 141.55 square kilometres. The area of the town is located on a scenic hilltop, encircled by a fortified wall. It remains a well-preserved example of medieval architecture; its streets, squares, walls and its castle are a popular tourist destination. The castle now houses a pousada. The municipality is also home to the famous Praia D’el Rey golf complex, one of the top golf resorts in Europe.

TOP 3 ATTRACTIONS:

  • Vila Natal

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  • Óbidos Castle

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  • The Azulejos of the City Gate

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BEST PLACES TO STAY:

  • Hostel ArgonautaExcellent structure located at 200 mt from Óbidos Castle and rated 9.2 on Booking. It features shared kitchen and bathroom with free toiletries.  The unit has accommodation in dormitories and double rooms. A single bed in dormitory costs 26€ per night with free WiFi, parking and breakfast included in the price.
  • Innfusion. Located 1 km from Vila Natal, this hotel features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property and an on-site bar. Each rooms have a TV and a private bathroom. You will find an ATM at the property. Prices? For a little but cozy double room you will pay 65€ per night with breakfast included in the price. Rated 8.7 on Booking!
  • Guesthouse Torre de Maneys. Wonderful accomodation rated 9.3 on Booking a few steps from Vila Natal. Each room at this guesthouse is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Certain rooms feature views of the garden or city. A double room costs 125€ per night with free WiFi and excellent breakfast included.

USEFUL LINKS:

Tournament Info

Óbidos Official Tourism Pages

Óbidos Vila Natal Official Site

Your Hotel in Óbidos

 

Enjoy this new Portuguese Tennis Trip!!!

 

Padova – Art, culture, science, spirituality and…tennis blend in a unique Italian mix

THE TOURNAMENT: ITF WOMEN 2017 Padova Challenge Open

From 06/12 to 06/18

Surface: Clay outdoor

Prize money: $ 25,000

Tournament location: Canottieri Padova – Via Polveriera 3/G, 35142 Padova, Italy

How to get: Circolo Canottieri Padova is far about 8 km from Central Station (20 minutes driving). You could use U05 bus from Ferrovia Corsia 3 to get in a about 30 minutes. Padova is just 30 minutes by train from Venice, and about 50 km from Venice Marco Polo Intl Airport.

Past champions: 2016 Shilin Xu – 2015  Paula Ormachea – 2014 Louisa Chirico – 2013 Irina Khromacheva – 2012 Anna Lena Friesdam

Entry list: Katarzyna Piter (Pol) – Mayo Hibi (Jpn) – Georgia Brescia (Ita) – Alize Lim (Fra) – Victoria Rodriguez (Mex) – Bernarda Pera (Usa) – Jessica Pieri (Ita) – Ajla Tomljanovic (Cro) – Catalina Pella (Arg) – Cristiana Ferrando (Ita)

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Nr.1 of the seeding Katarzyna Piter

THE TOWN:  Padova is a city in Veneto, northern Italy. It is the capital of the province of Padua and the economic and communications hub of the area. Its population is 214,000 (as of 2011). It hosts the University of Padova, founded in 1222, where Galileo Galilei was a lecturer. The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal piazze, and many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat.

For Lonely Planet :Though under an hour from Venice, Padua seems a world away with its medieval marketplaces, Fascist-era facades and hip student population. As a medieval city-state and home to Italy’s second-oldest university, Padua challenged both Venice and Verona for regional hegemony. A series of extraordinary fresco cycles recalls this golden age – including in Giotto’s remarkable Cappella degli Scrovegni, Menabuoi’s heavenly gathering in the Baptistry and Titian’s St Anthony in the Scoletta del Santo. For the next few centuries Padua and Verona challenged each other for dominance over the Veneto plains. But Venice finally settled the matter by occupying Padua permanently in 1405.As a strategic military-industrial centre, Padua became a parade ground for Mussolini speeches, an Allied bombing target and a secret Italian Resistance hub (at its university).”

TOP 3 ATTRACTIONS:

  • Cappella degli Scrovegni

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  • Basilica del Santo

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  • Basilica di Santa Giustina

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BEST PLACES TO STAY:

  • Hotel al CasonVery good *** hotel rated 8 on Booking situated at 5 minutes from central station, this clean and friendly structure offers spacious rooms with free WiFi access and air conditioning. Prices for a double room start from 76€ per day with breakfast and free cancellation included.
  • Hotel Patavium. Excellent *** hotel rated 8,6 on Booking and located at just 5 minutes walking from Cappella degli Scrovegni, if features free parking  and wifi for guests and elegant rooms with hardwood floor and private terraces.  A comfort double room costs 120€ per night with very good breakfast included.
  • Best Western Premier Hotel Galileo PadovaThis wonderful **** hotel is on the banks of the Piovego River, next to Giotto Shopping Center. It provides free parking, spacious rooms, and a modern spa with an indoor pool. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the property. Ristorante Venezia serves a mix of local and international dishes, and Café Galileo provides light meals and drinks throughout the day. Superb value for money! A modern 30 mq2 studio costs just 94€ per night (optional breakfast at 4€ per person). Rated 8,5 on Booking.

USEFUL LINKS:

Tournament Info

Visit Padova Official Site

Your Hotel in Padova

 

Enjoy another beautiful Tennis Trip in Italy!

 

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Brescia – Would you like to follow tennis matches in the “Leonessa d’Italia”?

THE TOURNAMENT: ITF WOMEN Internazionali Femminili di Tennis

From 06/05 to 06/11

Prize money: $ 60,000

Surface: Clay outdoor

Location: Tennis Forza e Costanza 1911 – Via del Castello 15, 25121 Brescia

How to arrive: Orio al Serio Bergamo Airport is the closest airport at about 55 km. Easy and frequent train connections between Brescia and Milano, Bergamo and Verona. Tennis club is located in the heart of town at 800 mt from Duomo Vecchio and 2 km (30 minutes walking) from station.

Past champions: 2016 Karin Knapp (Ita) – 2015 Stephanie Vogt (Lie) – 2014 Aliaksandra Sasnovich (Blr) – 2013 Viktorija Golubic (Sui) – 2012 Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (Svk) – 2011 Irina Buryachok (Ukr) – 2010 Naomi Cavaday (Gbr) – 2009 Irina Buryachok (Ukr) – 2008 Lisa Sabino (Ita)

Entry list : Danka Kovinic (Mne) – Ana Bogdan (Rou) – Nicole Gibbs (Usa) – Anna Kalynskaya (Rus) – Jil Teichmann (Sui) – Kateryna Kozlova (Ukr) – Cindy Burger (Ned) – Ipek Soylu (Tur) – Barbara Haas (Aut) – Jasmine Paolini (Ita)

Danka Kovinic Nr.1 of the entry list



THE TOWN:
Brescia, named also La Leonessa d’Italia is a rich industrial city between Lake Garda and the Valtrompia in the foothills of the alps, about 100 km east of Milan. It is less famous for its history and art than for its role as a primary manufacturing center. Brescia has a subway that makes it the smallest city in the world with an underground train system. For Lonely Planet: “Brescia’s core takes the form of a fascinating old town, which more than compensates for the city’s rather ugly urban sprawl. The old town’s narrow streets are home to some of the most important Roman ruins in Lombardy, and an extraordinary circular Romanesque church”.

TOP 3 ATTRACTIONS:

  • Duomo Vecchio


  • Santa Giulia Museum


  • Brescia’s Castle


BEST PLACES TO STAY:

  • Albergo Orologio. Completely renovated *** boutique hotel located in a medieval palace in the heart of Brescia. Rated 8.4 on Booking it offers 17 mq2 double rooms from 89€ per night with breakfast, wifi and free parking included.
  • Novotel Brescia Due. Fantastic **** hotel located in the new business district just two metro stops from centre town. Rated 8.7 on Booking, this Novotel hotel offers modern superior double rooms from 122€ per night with breakfast. Free wifi is available in all areas.
  • Hotel Vittoria. Elegant ***** Art Nouveau-style hotel located next to the Duomo Nuovo Cathedral in central Brescia and 200 mt from the Vittoria Metro Station. Rated 8.3 on Booking it features a delicious on site italian restaurant and offers free parking and wifi. Prices for a double room start from 143€ with breakfast and free cancellation.


USEFUL LINKS:

Brescia’s Tourism Guide

Tournament Official Site

Brescia’s Museums 

Your Hotel in Brescia

ENJOY!!!!

Le Havre – This Unesco site is going to host a classic Itf women event

THE TOURNAMENT: ITF WOMEN 28e Open du Havre

From 03/20 to 03/26

Money prize: $ 15,000

Surface: Clay indoor

Tournament location: Tennis Club du Havre – 213, Rue Edouard Vaillant, Le Havre 76610

How to get: Tc du Havre is far about 9 km from Centre Ville that is about 15 minutes driving. At 8 km there is the local Le Havre – Octeville Airport and from there you need a 14 minutes taxi ride to get in.

Recent past winners: 2016 Martina Di Giuseppe – 2015 Alice Matteucci – 2014 Yvonne Cavalle Reimers – 2013 Daria Salinkova – 2012 Myrtille Georges

Nr.1 of the seeding Tamara Korpatsch

Main players: Tamara Korpatsch (Ger) – Valeria Solovyeva (Rus) – Kathinka Von Deichmann (Lie) – Chloe Paquet (Fra) – Georgia Brescia (Ita) – Camilla Rosatello (Ita) – Elyne Boeykens (Bel) – Cristiana Ferrando (Ita) – Anastasiya Vasylyeva (Ukr) – Emily Appleton (Gbr)

THE TOWN: Le Havre is a port city at the mouth of the Seine, in the region of Upper Normandy in France. Le Havre is French for “the harbour”. Historically, Le Havre has always been the harbour for Paris, with goods transferring there between ocean-going vessels and barges which go to Paris via the Seine. It was heavily bombed during the Battle of Normandy. The reconstruction of the town was undertaken by August Perret using reinforced concrete. This project has led to the city being added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

For Lonely Planet: “Le Havre is a love letter to modernism, evoking, more than any other French city, France’s postwar energy and optimism. All but obliterated in September 1944 by Allied bombing raids that killed 3000 civilians, the centre was completely rebuilt by the Belgian architect Auguste Perret, whose bright, airy modernist vision remains, miraculously, largely intact. Attractions include a museum full of captivating impressionist paintings, a soaring church with a mesmerising stained-glass tower, and hilltop gardens with views over the city. Le Havre is a regular port of call for cruise ships.”

TOP 3 ATTRACTIONS IN LE HAVRE:

  • Rebuilt Old Town


  • Abbaye de Graville 


  • St Joseph Church



BEST PLACES TO STAY:

  • Oscar Hôtel. Fantastic ** hotel rated 8.5 on Booking and with a very high value for money. It’s situated in Le Havre’s Perret quarter, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It offers free Wi-Fi and views of The Volcan concert venue. A little but comfy comfort double room costs 65€ per night.
  • Hotel Carmin. Excellent *** accomodation rated 8.9 on Booking which enjoys a wonderful location in Le Havre center ville. The price for a classic double room starts from 89€ per night with free wifi. Breakfast and parking available with an additional charge.
  • Hôtel Spa Vent d’Ouest. Amazing **** hotel located just 550 m from the beach in Le Havre and rated 8.6 on Booking. It offers free Wi-Fi access, and the onsite 200-mq2 Nuxe spa includes a hammam, 3 massage rooms, 2 lounges and a cardio-training area. A 20 mq2 double room Club costs 120€ per night with wifi included.
A beautiful room of Hotel Spa Vent d’Ouest

USEFUL LINKS:

Tournament Official Site

Official Le Havre Tourism Site 

Accomodations


Enjoy this new TennisTrip in Normandy!!


Santiago de Chile – A tennis tournament with Andes view

THE TOURNAMENT: ITF WOMEN Copa Providencia Bci

Date: From 28/11 to 04/12

Money prize: $ 25,000

Surface: Clay Outdoor

Tournament Location: Club Providencia – El Vergel 2855, Providencia, Santiago, Chile

How to get: Benitez International Airport is far 21,4 km and 40 minutes driving from Club Providencia. Plaza de Armas and Palacio Moneda are located just 6,7 km from tennis courts.

Past Winners: 2015 Veronica Cepede Royg – 2014 Bianca Botto – 2013 Veronica Cepede Royg – 2012 Paula Cristina Goncalves – 2011  Veronica Cepede Royg

Top 10 Players: Paula Cristina Goncalves (Bra) – Jil Teichmann (Sui) – Tamara Zidanesk (Slo) – Daniela Seguel (Chi) – Sherazad Reix (Fra) – Georgia Brescia (Ita) – Victoria Rodriguez (Mex) – Fernanda Brito (Chi) – Victoria Bosio (Arg) – Naomi Totka (Hun)

ABOUT SANTIAGO DE CHILE

Santiago de Chile is the capital and largest city of Chile. It is located in the country’s central valley, at an elevation of 520 m (1,706 ft) above mean sea level. Founded in 1541, Santiago has been the capital city of Chile since colonial times. The city has a downtown core of 19th century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles. Santiago’s cityscape is shaped by several stand-alone hills and the fast-flowing Mapocho River, lined by parks such as Parque Forestal. The Andes Mountains can be seen from most points in the city. For Lonely Planet: “Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santiago is a city of syncopated cultural currents, madhouse parties, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants. No wonder 40 percent of Chileans call the leafy capital city home.


TOP 3 THINGS TO SEE:

  • View from Sky Costanera Skycraper


  • Cajon del Maipo

  • Cerro San Cristobal


BEST PLACES TO STAY:


Hotel Principado Express
: Excellent *** hotel at just 100 mt from Baquedano Station and 200 mt from Forestal Park. This hotel has a very high rate on Booking (8.6). The price for a standard 18 mq2 double room is 87€ per night breakfast included. Free wifi and parking for customers.

Hotel Magnolia. Wonderful **** boutique accomodation, rated 9.4 on Booking, this hotel enjoys a central location just 400 mt from Museum of Fine Arts . A rich breakfast buffet and free wifi  are available for customers. Price for an amazing vintage decorated deluxe double room is 185€ per night in b&b.

Ladera Hotel. Exceptional ***** hotel, rated 9.8 on Booking, located in the heart of Providencia district and very close Tenis Club Providencia. Inside you could taste gourmet dishes at restaurant or enjoy the fantastic view from the rooftop infinity pool. Hotel offers 30 mq2 perfect double room at 175€ per night with breakfast, wifi, parking and free cancellation included.

Please notice that a 19% of VAT is not included in the prices.


USEFUL LINKS:


Santiago on Welcome Chile

Sky Costanera Official Site 


Tournament Info 

Accomodations

ENJOY!!!!

10 Wonderful Places Where You Can See Tennis Next Week

  • LONDON – ATP MASTER FINALS Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

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Money prize: $ 7,500,000

Surface: Hard Indoor

Main players: Andy Murray (Gbr) – Novak Djokovic (Srb) – Stan Wawrinka (Svi) – Milos Raonic (Can) – Kei Nishikori (Jpn) – Gael Monfils (Fra) – Marin Cilic (Cro) – Dominic Thiem (Aut)

Tournament Official Site

Visit London Official

Accomodations

  • LIMOGES – WTA CHALLENGER Engie Open de Limoges 


Money prize: $ 125,000

Surface: Carpet Indoor

Main players: Caroline Garcia (Fra) – Alize Cornet (Fra) – Pauline Parmentier (Fra) – Sorana Cirstea (Rou) – Oceane Dodin (Fra) – Donna Vekic (Cro) – Mandy Minella (Lux) – Stefanie Voegele (Sui) – Rebecca Sramkova (Svk) – Silvia Soler Espinosa (Esp)

Tournament Official Site

Limoges Tourism Office Official

Accomodations

  • SHENZHEN –  ITF WOMEN

Money prize: $ 100,000

Surface: Hard Outdoor

Main players: Qiang Wang (Chn) – Su Wei Hsieh (Tpe) – Ying Ying Duan (Chn) – Xinyun Han (Chn) – Shuhai Peng (Chn) -Patricia Maria Tig (Rou) – Lin Zhu (Chn) – Fangzhou Liu (Chn) – Tereza Mredza (Cro) – Tereza Martincova (Cek)

Shenzhen on Travel China Guide

Accomodations

  • MONTEVIDEO – ATP CHALLENGER Uruguay Open

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Money prize: $ 50,000 + H

Surface: Clay Outdoor

Main players: Horacio Zeballos (Arg) – Inigo Cervantes (Esp) – Carlos Berloq (Arg) – Rogerio Dutra Silva (Bra) – Guido Andreozzi (Arg) -Carlos Zampieri (Bra) – Nicolas  Kicker (Arg) – Arthur De Greef (Bel) – Agustin Velotti (Arg) – Christian Garin (Chl)

Tournament Official Site 

Montevideo on Welcome Uruguay

Accomodations

  • CHAMPAIGN – ATP CHALLENGER JSM Challenger Of Champaign-Urbana

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Money prize: $ 50,000 + H

Surface: Hard Indoor

Main players: Henri Laaksonen (Sui) – Ruben Bemelmans (Bel) – Noah Rubin (Usa) -Stefan Kozlov (Usa) – Joris De Loore (Bel) – Jared Donaldson (Usa) – Sam Groth (Aus) – Mitchell Krueger (Usa) – Reilly Opelka (Usa) – Michael Mmoh (Usa)

Tournament Official Site 

Visit Champaign County Official

Accomodations

  • BRESCIA – ATP CHALLENGER Internazionali Città di Brescia 

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Money prize: $ 50,000 + H

Surface: Carpet Indoor

Main players: Lukas Rosol (Aut) – Evgeny Donskoy (Rus) – Luca Vanni (Ita) – Alejandro Mayer (Arg) – Lukas Lacko (Svk) – Marco Chiudinelli (Sui) – Stefano Napolitano (Ita) – Marco Tepevac (Srb) – Blaz Kavcic (Slo) – Enrique Lopez Perez (Esp)

Tournament Official Site

Visit Brescia Official

Accomodations

  • NICOSIA – ITF MEN FUTURES Cyprus #1

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Money prize: $ 10,000

Surface: Hard Outdoor

Main players: Alexey Vatutin (Rus) – Lucas Miedler (Aut) – Vit Kopriva (Cze) – Omar Salman (Bel) – Neil Pauffley (Gbr) – Pascal Brunner (Aut) – Sander Gille (Bel) – Vasile Antonescu (Rou) – Michal Schmid (Cze) – Mike Urbanija (Slo)

Visit Nicosia Official

Accomodations

  • COCHABAMBA – ITF MEN FUTURES Copa Entel

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Money prize: $ 10,000

Surface: Clay Outdoor

Main players: Franco Agamenone (Arg) – Valentin Florez (Arg) – Federico Zeballos (Bol) – Matias Zukas (Arg) – Hugo Dellien (Bol) – Fabrizio Ornago (Ita) – Alejandro Tabilo (Chi) – Franco Emanuel Egea (Arg) – Alejandro Mendoza (Bol) – Mauricio Echazu (Per)

Tournament Official Site

Cochabamba on Bolivia Online

Accomodations

  • BENICARLO – ITF WOMEN IV Circuito Wta Castellon Spain

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Money prize: $ 10,000

Surface: Clay Outdoor

Main players: Amanda Carreras (Gbr) – Corinna Dentoni (Ita) – Laura Pigossi (Bra) – Alexandra Perper (Mda) – Andrea Gamiz (Ven) – Irene Burillo Escorihuela (Esp) – Jessika Ponchet (Fra) – Oleksandra Korashvili (Ukr) – Eleni Kordolami (Gre) – Isabella Wallace (Aus)

Tournament Official Site

Benicarlo Tourism Official

Accomodations

  • PENSACOLA – ITF MEN Pensacola Futures Championship

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Money prize: $ 10,000

Surface: Hard Outdoor

Main players: Maxime Chazal (Fra) – Jose Statham (Nzl) – Gianni Mina (Fra) – Wil  Spencer (Usa) – Nick Chappell (Usa) – Winston Lin (Usa) – Felix Auger Aliassime (Can) – Alex Rybakov (Usa) – Samuel Bensoussan (Fra) – Mohamed Aziz Dougaz (Tun)

Tournament Official Site

Visit Pensacola Official

Accomodations

10 Wonderful Places Where You Can See Tennis Next Week

  • WINSTON SALEM – ATP WINSTON SALEM OPEN


Money prize: $ 720,940

Surface: Hard

Main players: Richard Gasquet, Pablo Cuevas, Steve Johnson, Gilles Simon, Sam Querrey

Official Tournament Site

Winston Salem Tourism

Accomodations

  • NEW HAVEN – WTA CONNECTICUT OPEN


Money prize: $ 695,900

Surface: Hard

Main players: Agnieszka Radwanska, Roberta Vinci, Madison Keys, Petra Kvitova, Belinda Bencic, Karolina Pliskova

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations 

  • MANERBIO – ATP CHALLENGER INTERNAZIONALI DI TENNIS DI MANERBIO


Money prize: € 42,500

Surface: Clay

Main players: Andrej Martin, Gerald Melzer, Taro Daniel, Daniel Gimeno Traver, Leonardo Mayer, Elias Ymer, Filippo Volandri

Official Tournament Site

Manerbio-Brescia Tourism

Accomodations

  • POZNAN – ITF TALEX OPEN


Money prize: $ 25,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Kamil Maichrzack, Daniel Masur, Aleksandre Metreveli, Orlando Luz, Scott Griekspoor

Official Tournament Site

Poznan Tourism

Accomodations

  • BAGNATICA – ITF VI TROFEO CPZ


Money prize: $ 25,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Cristina Dinu, Conny Perrin, Anastasia Grymalska, Alexandra Cadantu, Jasmine Paolini, Jessica Pieri

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Bergamo Accomodations

  • KHARKOV – ITF SUPERIOR CUP


Money prize: $ 25,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Victoria Kamenskaya, Anastasya Komardina, Anna Kalinskaya, Victoria Kan, Akgul Amanmuradova

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations

  • TSUKUBA – ITF SEKISHO CHALLENGE OPEN 2016


Money prize: $ 25,000

Surface: Hard

Main players: Riko Sawayanagi, Kyoka Okamura, Jia-Jing Lu, Greet Minnen, Akiko Omae

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations

  • LAUSANNE – VISILAB MEN’S FUTURE


Money prize: € 10,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Tomas Lipovsek Puches, Laurent Lokoli, Gonçalo Oliveira, Federico Coria, Hugo Nys, Gibril Diarra

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations

  • NÜRNBERG – ITF FRANCONIA OPEN


Money prize: € 10,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Katharina Hobgarski, Jade Suvrijn, Katerina Vankova, Chiara Grimm, Natalia Proese

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations

  • SANTANDER – ITF LXVIII TORNEO INTERNACIONAL RDT DE LA MAGDALENA


Money prize: € 10,000

Surface: Clay

Main players: Alberto Brizzi, Javier Marti, Mario Vilella Martinez, Laurent Rochette, Jaume Pla Malfeito

Official Tournament Site

Info Tourism

Accomodations