The Organizing Committee of the Santo Domingo Open 2018 Tennis Tournament began the preparations for the realization of this high level sports festival, with a great show of enthusiasm, with interesting inclusions.
Roberto Rizik, president of the host Club, said the Santo Domingo Tennis Club is very happy with the support it has received so far, which will be revealed during the press conference that will be held to formally announce the event.
The Santo Domingo Open 2018 Tennis Tournament, presented by Milex, is projected as a success as in the previous occasions in the most important and most traditional tennis scenario in the country, La Bocha.
This sports event endorsed by the Association of Professional Tennis Players (ATP), will be held from October 8 to 13 at the Santo Domingo Tennis Club, with a prize pool of US $ 125,000 + Hotel.
Laura Fernández, the director of the tournament is in permanent session at the facilities of the aforementioned Club.
You can already see the work of conditioning the central court and lighting, it has begun to work well in advance due to the changing weather conditions.
We encourage all fans of this wonderful sport to keep attentive to the information we will be offering.
Roberto Catballes Baena (94), Spain; Federico Delbonis (100), Argentina; Hugo Delien (103), Bolivia; Guido Andreozzi (108), Argentina; Paolo Lorenzi (113), Italy; Thiago Monteiro (117), Brazil; Juan Ignacio Londero (117), Argentina.
In addition, Christian Garin (137), Chile; Facundo Bagnis (140), Argentina; Pedro Sousa (144), Portugal; Jurgen Melzer (145) and Gerald Melzer (151), Austria; Gastao Elías (154), Portugal; Carlos Berlocg (161), Argentina; Pedja Krstin (174), Serbia; Marcelo Arévalo (176), El Salvador; Santiago Giraldo (187), Colombia.
Also, Sebastián Ofner (202), Austria; Guilherme Clezar (207), Brazil; Daniel Elahi Galán (209), Colombia; Nino Serdarusic (214), Serbia; Roberto Cid Suberví (228), Dominican Republic; Alessandro Giannessi (247), Italy; Mario Vilella Martínez (252), Spain; José Hernández Fernández (283), Dominican Republic; Andrea Collarini (285), Argentina; Martin Cuevas (287), Uruguay; Matteo Viola (297), Italy; Víctor Estrella (303), Dominican Republic and Riccardo Bellotti (304), Italy among others.