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The RFET will put € 600,000 in aid and 16 tournaments in Spain


first_imgFeliciano López, Marcel Granollers, Pablo Carreño and Roberto Bautista welcome the initiative of the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET), who has accepted a finances to play six nationwide tournaments in varied elements of the nation if the worldwide circuit can’t be resumed.The RFET accepted a finances of 600,000 euros to play six nationwide tournaments with the ‘Prime100’ in the lads’s and girls’s classes and additionally the celebration of twelve others in which 90 to 500 would take part. As well as, there will even be scholarships for tennis gamers who transfer in this classification. “The federation has had an impressive initiative to assist Spanish tennis and take it throughout the nation. Going again to golf equipment and bringing top-level tennis nearer the place we didn’t return years in the past appears wonderful to me. In my case, I’m wanting ahead to going again to golf equipment the place I made pals and hopefully it will serve to reactivate tennis on a nationwide degree “, Baptist stated. Feliciano López acknowledged that as a result of difficult state of affairs derived from the coronavirus pandemic, it’s time to “reinvent itself and the initiative of the federation in this regard is sort of stunning”. “Hopefully this little circuit may be finished, that we will compete little by little and we will take tennis to many locations in Spain who haven’t seen prime degree gamers. We now have to be united and do what’s in our energy, “he stated.“The circumstances that lie forward are difficult, tennis goes to endure and it’s time for the Federation to take the lead with gamers and we will save this tough state of affairs that’s coming,” Feliciano stated in a digital speak organized by the RFET. Pablo Carreño sees “it is rather distant to return to compete on the circuit and, in case it can’t be resumed, It appears difficult, every part that’s competing, even whether it is at one other degree, could be very attention-grabbing. ““Additionally, considering of the fan who misses tennis and watching video games, that there could possibly be a match like this may be good,” stated Carreño alongside the identical strains as his teammate Marcel Granollers, who additionally sees this initiative of the Federation “nicely”. . From a medical standpoint, Antonio Zapatero, director of the Madrid IFEMA hospital, He stated “there could be no downside doing tournaments.”last_img read more


‘It’s not over!’ – Arsenal will not give up on Premier League title, says Wenger


first_imgArsene Wenger insists Arsenal have not given up their hunt for the Premier League title and ‘will fight to the end’ to get their hands on the coveted trophy.Since being tipped as favourites for the crown after a victory over Manchester City before Christmas, Wenger’s side have seen their challenge slip away with a run of three wins in 12 games in all competitions.And, following Saturday’s draw with Tottenham in a thrilling north London derby, the Gunners are now eight points adrift of leaders Leicester City with nine games remaining.But Wenger believes his side are still challenging both Spurs and the Foxes for the title and feels their two wins over the table toppers this season shows they have enough in their squad to close the gap.Arsenal face Hull City in an FA Cup fifth-round replay on Tuesday night, but – with the Gunners also on the brink of a Champions League exit at the hands of Barcelona – Wenger has refused to pin all of his trophy aspirations on the competition.“You don’t think like that,” he said when asked whether the FA Cup is now Arsenal’s most realistic chance of silverware.“The Premier League is far from being over. Just to remind you, we have beaten Leicester twice so we have done our job against them.“People have to look at other teams more, not just us on that front. We will not give up the Premier League, we will fight until the end.”A sixth-round clash at home to Watford awaits the winner of Tuesday’s replay, with Arsenal’s Premier League game against West Brom to be rescheduled if they advance.Wenger is an advocate of the FA Cup and has seen his side win it in the last two years, but he is still likely to make changes against Steve Bruce’s Hull as his side face four games in the next ten days.“Look, we had no choice because the next round in the FA Cup is next Saturday,” he said of the replay being arranged for Tuesday.“So we had to fit it in somewhere. Ideally it’s not the best position for us but I couldn’t see any other solution.“I will have to [make changes] but I’m not so much concerned about replacing one player with another one. It’s more that I have to rotate a little bit and keep the right balance in the team.” 1last_img read more