The BBVA Open Internacional Valencia Tournament, with the help of Anabel Medina and Tennium, is approaching the final day with several titles up for grabs and a line-up that is defining who will be the winner of the 80,000 first prize of the event.
The order of play began with the doubles semifinals at 14:30 hours, although already during the morning took place various exhibitions and tournaments that make the event one of the most inclusive and with the presence of young promises.
The Sound Tennis school, a pioneer in organizing training and tournaments for blind and visually impaired people, played a match in which the Blind Tennis player Alejandro Zacarés and the Special Olympics player Terry Henriksen faced the Paralympic medalist in Tokyo Héctor Cabrera.
The qualifying rounds of the U16 trophy also began, with eight of the best young racquets at the national level competing against each other to play the final on Sunday.
The other two finals will be played on the same day. The singles has been defined with the duel between Trevisan and Galfi, who defeated respectively Selekhmeteva and , while in doubles Ysaline Bonaventure and Ekaterine Gorgodze will play against the pair formed by Fita-Selekhmeteva.
The BBVA Open Internacional de Valencia has the support of its main sponsor, which makes its growth possible along with the Diputación de Valencia, Ayuntamiento de Valencia, Generalitat Valenciana, Trinidad Alfonso Foundation, Volvo, Font Vella, Dormitienda, Sanitas and Arroz Dacsa, among others.