He ITF Gran Canaria Yellow Bowl tournament, of category $ 15,000, opens with the participation of more than 300 players. The courts of El Cortijo Club de Campo brings together young tennis promises from 40 countries, including Spain, Italy, Belgium, Canada, Holland, Finland, Russia and Japan.
This event, belonging to the ATP professional circuit within the ITF World Tour world circuit, is played from this Saturday until Sunday, December 1. First the previous phase is disputed, in which eight players will obtain the ticket for the final phase, which starts on Monday 25.
There are 24 players ranked by ranking plus four who act by invitation. Among the latter is Teldense David Vega, top 100 in the classification of the ATP in the doubles modality. José Joaquín Miranda and Joe Herin complete the Canarian representation in the final phase, while Cameron Henricy, Iván Marrero, Juan Camilo Pérez – current Spanish cadet champion -, Iñaki Cabrera and Pablo Pérez play the previous one.
The official presentation of the ITF $ 15,000 Gran Canaria Yellow Bowl took place this Friday. In the event were the Minister of Sports of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, Francisco Castellano, the Councilor for Sports of the City of Telde, Diego Ojeda, the director of the event, Acaymo Medina, the director of Congresses, Groups & Incentives at Lopesan Hotel Group, Zoilo Alemán, and the director of Brisa Motor Nissan, Fernando González.
The Cabildicio counselor, Francisco Castellano, said that "Gran Canaria has an important quarry of young promises that are already standing out in the Junior Circuit and are struggling to get into the Professional Circuit, and that they have this Tournament offers them an opportunity to keep climbing and achieve your goals. "