Sport. In Lanciano from April 15 to 24 two hundred mini-players at the Macroarea tournament

From April 15 to 24, Lanciano (CH) will be the capital of tennis, with around two hundred mini-tennis players who will take part in the Lanciano town trophy reserved for the categories under 10, under 12, under 14 years old. among these there are some promises of Italian tennis like Stefano Palanza from San Giovanni Teatino, Matteo Sabbatini from the Ancona tennis club, Aurora Gibellieri from San Benedetto and even the tiny Benedetta Tano from Atessa and registered in Mosciano arouses curiosity. The matches will take place on the pitches in via Santo Spirito every day, except Easter Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. There will be parents and teachers at the Club and some hotels in our town have been alerted who have started the disposal of athletes and companions. The tournament will be led by national coach Lello Di Loreto and his staff and will have referee Renato Caruso as on-field guarantor. The president of the Circolo Dr. Giancarlo Staniscia who strongly wanted this event, underlines how many of these guys hope to become the new Berrettini or Sinner, many also the Frentani tennis players who will participate in the event. The tournament is part of a national circuit that includes four stages, the others are Tolentino, Barletta and Castel di Sangro and whoever wins the most points will qualify for the final scheduled in Milan on the occasion of the ATP NEXT GEN FINAL reserved for the best young tennis players. Entrance to the club, in compliance with Covid regulations, is free. We take this opportunity to remind you that the Tennis Club of Lanciano is in full swing for the start of two major events characteristic of our association: the traditional “Palio Città di Lanciano”, an amateur team event reserved for all citizens and the national championship of La Serie B which will start on May 15 where the boys are aiming for salvation for the 5th consecutive year. “We care about the ever-increasing growth and development of sports associations and beyond – said the sports councilor of the Municipality of Lanciano Danilo Ranieri – and we intend to support them as much as possible in achieving their activities”. The mayor of Lanciano, Filippo Paolini, applauds the initiatives of the amateur sports association “Circolo Tennis Lanciano” for what has been done in the past and today with concern for sports training and therefore also for the morale of the younger, “because sport – he said – is an asset to be cultivated as a harbinger of a healthy life respecting the fundamental values ​​of civil society”. Apr 13, 2022



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