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Venerdì 10 Maggio 2019 14:24


L’incordatura è come un’impronta, assolutamente personale e come un paio di scarpe, deve “calzare” in maniera perfetta: bisogna sentirla propria, conforme alla propria forza, aderente al proprio tocco e fedele ad ogni movimento.

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Mercoledì 08 Maggio 2019 12:04

Tags: Fabio Fognini | Marco Cecchinato |

Fabio Fognini (3.287 citazioni) e Marco Cecchinato (1.420) sono stati i tennisti, tra i primi 20 della classifica mondiale (ATP), più citati sui mezzi di informazione italiani nell’ultimo mese, superando campioni come Djokovic, Nadal e Federer.

Concluso al Circolo Follo il primo Tpra femminile PDF Stampa E-mail
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Lunedì 06 Maggio 2019 22:45

Tags: Circolo Tennis Follo | Francesca De Marco


A Francesca De Marco il primo torneo femminile del circuito amatoriale nazionale Tpra, organizzato dal Circolo Tennis Follo e presenziato da un folto pubblico, che ha così potuto apprezzare un gioco di un certo livello; sia la De Marco che l’altra finalista, Ursula Fasching, partecipano infatti al campionato di Serie D a squadre appunto nella compagine del club follese che vi conta due formazioni.

Mizuno scende in campo con la Wave Impulse, la scarpa da tennis perfetta per accompagnare gli atleti agli Internazionali BNL d'Italia 2019 PDF Stampa E-mail
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Lunedì 06 Maggio 2019 16:15

Tags: LORENZO SONEGO | Mizuno | Mizuno Wave Impulse


Al via a Roma la 76esima edizione degli Internazionali BNL d'Italia, in programma dal 6 al 19 maggio al Parco del Foro Italico.

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Lunedì 29 Aprile 2019 12:02

It was a success #petrakvitova has had to wait a long time for. In front of a capacity 4,400 crowd in Stuttgart’s #porsche Arena on Sunday, the Czech finally won the #porschetennisgrandprix at her seventh attempt. In a high-class final, she defeated Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit 6-3, 7-6(2) to earn herself a #porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet as the main prize. The win has also extended her #porsche Race to Shenzhen lead, the official qualification ranking for the prestigious WTA Finals in the Chinese high-tech metropolis in November.

“This car is a big bonus”
Petra Kvitova has broken the spell. She is the first player on this year’s WTA Tour to win a second title. Her first came in Sydney in January. In the Stuttgart final against the impressive Anett Kontaveit, she had to summon up all her experience to fulfil her dream of a #porschetennisgrandprix win. The left-hander won the first set comfortably and eventually secured the title on her third match point in the second set tiebreak.

“I’ve already lost a few tiebreaks against Anett, so I’m really happy that everything worked out today,” said #petrakvitova, who has replaced the Romanian Simona Halep as the new world number 2 by winning in Stuttgart. “After failing six times, I’ve finally won this fantastic tournament. This car is a big bonus.”

In order to watch Anett Kontaveit, a very popular sportsperson in Estonia, for herself in the final, radio reporter Maarija Värv travelled today from Tallin to Stuttgart. The journey was well worth it as Anett Kontaveit put on an excellent showing even though she still has to wait for her second WTA title after s’Hertogenbosch in 2017. The #porsche Arena’s Centre Court is a good venue for her: quarterfinalist in 2017, semi-finalist in 2018, runner-up in 2019. “I was nervous at the start but then I found my game in the second,” she said. “Stuttgart is a special place for me. I look forward every year to playing in front of the crowd here.”

German pairing claims doubles title
Big success for #porsche Team Germany players Mona Barthel and Anna-Lena Friedsam –as the wild card pairing claimed the doubles title. Playing the favourites Lucie Safarova (Czech Republic) and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia), they started off by quickly losing the first set 6-2 but came back strongly in the second to take it 6-3 and force a champions’ tiebreak which they won 10-6.

“It was an unbelievable week. It was the first time that we’ve paired up and the crowd supported us so fantastically. It was a whole lot of fun,” said Mona Barthel, who, together with Sabine Lisicki, also won the doubles at the #porschetennisgrandprix back in 2013. Anna-Lena Friedsam added, “Our personalities gel together. It’s certainly not going to be our last tournament together.”

There was a tinge of sadness at the victory ceremony as the tournament bid farewell to Lucie Safarova. The former Top 10 player, who will retire next week at the #event in her home city Prague, has also written history at the #porschetennisgrandprix. In 2014, she played out an unforgettable marathon match lasting three hours 23 minutes against Maria Sharapova in the first round which she lost in three tiebreak sets. “I’ve always loved coming to Stuttgart,” she said, “It’s a fantastic tournament. I’ll definitely be coming back – but as a spectator.”

Aces for a good purpose
The #porschetennisgrandprix once again supported charitable organisations this year through its Aces for Charity campaign whereby #porsche donates 100 euro for every ace hit during the course of the tournament. A total of 212 were struck in 2019 – and #porsche rounded up the donation to 30,000 euro. The sum was split equally between the Stiftung Agapedia foundation that cares in a variety of projects for needy children and the “Landessportverband Baden-Württemberg (LSV BW) sports association. The cheques were handed over on Centre Court by Andreas Haffner, Member of the Executive Board Human Resources and Social Affairs, #porsche AG. Both charity partners were represented by famous ambassadors from the world of sports. Representing Agapedia was the former German international footballer Kevin Kuranyi and the three-time wrestling world champion Frank Stäbler took receipt of the donation for the Landessportverband Baden-Württemberg.

Positive review
“It was a very intensive week. The Easter period and the beautiful spring weather didn’t make it easy for us. However, our spectators have remained loyal and the #porsche Arena was sold out on most days. The Stuttgart crowd is one of the world’s best,” said Tournament Director Markus Günthardt when reviewing the tournament on Sunday before the final. Anke Huber, the Operating Tournament Director, said, “We’ve seen top class #tennis the whole week here,” The WTA President Micky Lawler was also full of praise: “The #porschetennisgrandprix is one of the favourites of all the players and you can see why once again. It was a sensational week. So, it’s very sad that it’s Sunday and that we have to wait another year to come back to Stuttgart.”

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