November 27 till December 1 in the LOC Tennis Hall will take place Liepaja Tennis sport school organized ITF tournament “Liepaja International by Babolat” with participants from all around the world.At the moment the young tennis players have shown interest from all around the world – Great Britain, Poland, Belarus, Russia, Romania, Hungary, Sweden, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, France, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Serbia, Belgium, Netherlands, Taiwan, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Finland, Ukraine, Norway, Spain, Croatia, Moldova, Ireland, Denmark, Cyprus, Hong Kong and of course Latvia. At the tournament will compete 96 young tennis players who will be accepted according to their ranking. Qualifiers will take place already in November 25 and 26.
“Liepaja International by Babolat” is ITF 3rd category tournament and it means, that the competitors will be from the ITF ranking Top 100.
Liepaja Tennis sport school will be represented by Patrīcija Špaka, Elza Tomase, Alise Vindiga, Dāvis Rolis and Dāvids Špaks
Everyone is welcome to support young tennis players in the LOC Tennis Hall. Entrance is for free.
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