|International Tennis 2010|
|Monday, 03 May 2010 09:55|
The event celebrates the 75th anniversary of when you play at the Foro Italico. The novelty of this edition will be the new station, a structure that contains 10,500 seats, which will be inaugurated by CONI president Gianni Petrucci and the Mayor of Rome Gianni Alemanno Tuesday, April 27.
The big men's world tennis will start April 24, the big news this year is Sunday, April 25, beyond the second round of qualifying, will open for the first time the bastions of the new Central Stadium, which will be held some meetings first round of main draw. Will be the turn of women's tennis technician May 2, in this case, the seedings will be really top level. They entered all the strongest players on the circuit including the office champion Dinara Safina (pictured), Svetlana Kuznetsova, the young Dane Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams (Queen of Rome in 1999): Jelena Jankovic also in the race to sign in 2007 and 2008. Overall, the way there are nine of the top ten players in the world ranking.
So many questions, many doubts, seem to have vanished, despite the recent package declared in Barcelona to relieve strain on the torn knee that forced him to a long fast of successes (discontinued a few days ago in Monaco), which dates back to the last edition of the International . One in which he scored a poker history, defeating the current world number 2, Novak Djokovic.
No one had ever managed to win 4 times Master1000 Roman this year is more exciting than ever. The number 1 ranked Roger Federer, has chosen the Internazionali BNL of Italy to open its season on red which he hopes will culminate with the successful defense of the title in Paris.
All fans who want to contend for the title is just the Swiss and the Majorcan who in 2006 gave birth to a distance of 5 on the epic final set, when Federer failed to realize 2 matchpoint. Need hope for a draw "accomplice", who put on the same side of the board is Roger Rafa. The latter, in fact, despite successful has the most credentials, will be credited only the third series. The No. 2 seed will be the winner of the International in 2008 (and a finalist last year) Novak Djokovic, who has returned from a rather disappointing start to the season, punctuated by setbacks and unforeseen technical problems that led him to part with his second coach Todd Martin.
|Last Updated on Monday, 03 May 2010 11:20|