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The Córdoba Open leaves its second edition behind and is already managed over the eight editions left ahead. And, from day one, the plan includes having a stadium of your own . It would be concrete on the premises of the Kempes and not the one that was assembled.
Mariano Ink announced it: “ The project has been since last year, but the country's economic situation varied the scenario. The project includes a stadium of 6000,000 people in the central court , with more courts to train and courts for other matches,” explained the tournament director.
A new stadium would give another frame to a tournament that would even raise the level if you get more top tennis players. It's just that the Cordobeses are wondering how they get more “stars of the circuit” . “The calendar is the subject,” Ink said. “The Córdoba Open comes after the Australian Open, which is played in cement and there we just come, with brick dust. It's not simple.” “We will try to be as creative as possible to continue to rank our painting,” the former referee promised.
The tournament developed smoothly, beyond the threat of rain and the balance is “good”. The organizers indicated that there was 10 percent more public than in 2019 , when attendance was 35 thousand .
Agustín Calleri is one of the great figures of tennis in Cordoba and current president of the Argentine Tennis Association (AAT) . That's why he enjoyed the ATP 250 dispute this week and was excited about what the tournament generates in the province.
“Having an ATP here... We are grateful to everyone because this moves the environment. This tournament continues to grow and will help in Cordoba,” he said. And he also weighted the importance of local tennis players being protagonists of the event. “There will always be good tennis players in Cordoba. Pedro Cachín and 'el Topo' Londero must be mirror for players in the province. But we have to keep working a lot so that there are many more players .”
SOURCE: Mundo D
Publication Date: 03/03/2020
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