Meanwhile, the tennis courts are still closed and the associations are sticking their tongues out at this dead loss of income, at the best time of the year, between the return of sunny days and the wealthy American clientele, ready to spend a hundred euros during the fortnight of Roland-Garros to play for an hour. All these beautiful people could have resumed their activities on May 1, without an incredible micmac.
Gilles Moretton, the president of the FFT, had to write in person to Cécile Boyon, the director of logistics and general means of the Senate, to mean that the Fed had never supported the candidacy of Vaziva. “It is inaccurate that the FFT was involved in the candidacy of the Vaziva company and is intended to intervene in the execution of the contract that the Senate is about to sign. The exchanges that would have taken place between an employee of the FFT and the company Vaziva are only the result of an unfortunate individual initiative and in no way involving the FFT. Under no circumstances is it therefore intended that the FFT make resources available to Vaziva or join forces with the latter for the performance of the concession contract for the tennis courts in the Luxembourg garden. »
The hearing must in particular determine whether the interference of Jean-Philippe Fleurian in this market can call into question the award of the concession for the tennis courts in Luxembourg. Jean-Philippe Fleurian, who did not respond to our requests, was already pinned last week by the Canard Enchaîné for reselling, in June 2014, to an American, a ticket whose face value was 97.20 euros for the modest sum of 750 euros.
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