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YOUNG NORWEGIAN CASPER RUUD HAD HIS MAGIC WEEK AT THE ARGENTINA OPEN

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At just 21 years of age, Casper won the 20th edition of South America’s most prestigious and enduring tournament by beating Portugal’s Pedro Sousa 6-1, 6-4. In doubles, Horacio Zeballos became the maximum winner, with four titles, by defeating the Argentines Guillermo Durán and Juan Ignacio Londero together with the Spanish Marcel Granollers.

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TENNIUM SIGNS TWO FORMER SENIOR LAGARDÈRE OFFICIALS

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Barcelona, February 7, 2020

Tennium, the Global Tennis Platform, is proud to announce the arrival with immediate effect of top agents Julien Cassaigne and Philippe Weiss, former Senior Vice-President and Vice-President of Lagardère Sports Tennis Division respectively, as well as their portfolio of tennis players

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TENNIUM WILL MANAGE THE BARCELONA OPEN BANC SABADELL THE NEXT THREE YEARS

BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 28: ATP Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell at the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona on April 29, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Pedro Salado)
BARCELONA, SPAIN – APRIL 28: ATP Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell at the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona on April 29, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Pedro Salado)

Barcelona, 29th november 2019

The plenary session of the Board of Directors of the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona (RCTB), ​​with its president Jordi Cambra and the CEO of the Tournament, Xavier Pujol, have decided to assign to the company Tennium the tender for the organization of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell the next three years from the 2021 edition.

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DREAM FINAL AT THE EUROPEAN OPEN

The fourth edition of the European Open evolved into an absolute dream final: Stan Wawrinka vs. Andy Murray.

Today, the sold-out Lotto Arena was the scene of a battle for the coveted final spots. In the singles, Stan Wawrinka first triumphed. The Swiss defeated Jannik Sinner in two relatively smooth sets: 6-3 and 6-2.

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THREE SET GALORE AT DAY 5 OF THE EUROPEAN OPEN

Today was quarterfinal day at the European Open. A few thrilling three-setters immediately increased the level of excitement.

The audience was once again treated to fantastic tennis. Wildcard revelation Jannik Sinner continues to surprise and upset American top talent Frances Tiafoe in three sets: 6-4, 3-6 and 6-3.

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TENNIUM ORGANIZA EL RED BULL NEXT GEN OPEN EN ESPAÑA

Este otoño, TENNIUM organizará en España dos etapas clasificatorias y las Finales Nacionales del Red Bull Next Gen Open, en el que las mejores promesas del tenis local de entre 16 y 21 años tendrán la oportunidad de luchar por una plaza en la final mundial del Red Bull Next Gen Open, que se celebrará en Milán, entre los días 5 y 9 de noviembre, en el mismo escenario y en las mismas fechas que las Next Gen ATP Finals, donde se citarán las futuras estrellas del ATP Tour.

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ROBREDO WINS BACK-TO-BACK TITLES

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Tommy Robredo defeated Italian Federico Gaio 7-6(10) 5-7 7-6(6) in a 3 hours, 15 minutes thrilling match to win the first edition of the Internazionali di Tennis Emilia Romagna, in Parma, Italy. The current 11-match winning streak of the Spanish meant winning back-to-back titles in the Challenger Tour, as he had also lifted the trophy early this month in the Poznan Open, Poland.
The 37-year-old Robredo becomes the oldest player to win multiple titles in a season. The tournament played at the Tennis Club President was his 7th Challenger title and his second in 2019. He took away from Italy 80 ATP ranking points.
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“It’s been a tough match. I was down 4-1 in the third set, but I didn’t give up and in the end I did it. It is the second consecutive Challenger that I win, I am in a more than positive period. I had a great time here. Next goals? Quickly recover from this marathon to best present myself to the following tournaments”.

FELI LÓPEZ MAKES HISTORY AT THE QUEEN’S CLUB

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 23: Feliciano Lopez of Spain poses with the winners trophies from the mens singles final and mens doubles final in the locker room during day seven of the Fever-Tree Championships at Queens Club on June 23, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 23: Feliciano Lopez of Spain poses with the winners trophies from the mens singles final and mens doubles final in the locker room during day seven of the Fever-Tree Championships at Queens Club on June 23, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

 

Feliciano Lopez ended his week in the best manner possible at the Fever-Tree Championships: the Spanish completed a dream run to the title in singles and doubles, partnering Andy Murray in his 2019 comeback tournament. Lopez jumps 60 positions in the ATP Rankings to No. 53, his highest position since spending his last day in the No. 37 spot exactly one year ago.
The 37-year-old Lopez won a battle of veterans by ousting Frenchman Gilles Simon 6-2, 6-7(4), 7-6(2). Lopez has a track record of success at The Queen’s Club, winning there in 2017 (d. Cilic) and finishing runner-up in 2014 (l. to Dimitrov).
I thought the best moment of my career was when I won this tournament in 2017, but it’s right now,” said Lopez. Four of Lopez’s seven ATP Tour titles have come on grass.
Lopez and Murray won the doubles title with a 7-6(6), 5-7, 10-5 win over Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury. “This happens maybe only once in a lifetime. I can’t believe it,” said Lopez.
The 37-year-old Lopez became the oldest champion at the Fever-Tree Championships in the Open Era and the first wild card to lift the trophy at The Queen’s Club since Pete Sampras in 1999. The Spaniard also became the first player since Mark Philippoussis in 1997 to win both titles in the same year.