Sergio Troncoso is the director of the U10 tennis industry circuit that this year opens fire in Ciudad de la Raqueta with the Opening Tournament, which will be held from December 3 to 6. The circuit has one more year with the support of Wilson Tennis Spain.
The Circuit champions will receive a wild card to participate in the Smirka Bowl, which takes place in the Croatian town of Pulla and is the unofficial world championship for the category.
The U10 industry is one of the reference circuits in grassroots tennis, with almost a decade already training players and being the reference tournaments in such an important training age as the U10 category.
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1- What are the objectives of a circuit like the U10 tennis industry?
The objective is none other than that players of that age who want to compete against other players of the same age group can do so and live the experience of playing a tournament and enjoy participating playing and respecting the rival
2- Why the sub 10 category?
We started almost 10 years ago with this category because there weren’t many tournaments for them and it seemed like a segment where you can teach both players and parents. That formative part seems fundamental to us at these ages.
3- What are the venues for this year?
We will keep the same venues as the previous edition (Madrid, Barcelona, Seville Gijón…) and we want to add one more test in Valencia since it is a very tennis city. They are interested in doing a test there. We will announce the clubs and dates shortly. For now, the Ciudad de la Raqueta test opens the calendar.
4- How many players have passed through the Circuit?
Well, approximately 1,500 players, including Martín Landaluce. the new promise of Spanish tennis
5- Can the Circuit grow in parallel with actions that complete the sports program?
I think it is a Circuit that can be used to give talks to players and parents explaining how tennis works. That would be essential.
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