Players of all ages are encouraged to hit the courts in Turin, beginning at Parco del Valentino, thanks to a pop-up activation.
Tennis is a hot topic in Turin less than two months before the Nitto ATP Finals. Six parks and famous sites will serve as the locations for “Tennis in Piazza” during the months of September and October in order to get ready for the year-ending event, which will take place at the Pala Alpitour stadium from November 13–20.
This activation, which spans six different events and is being organized by the Italian Tennis Federation in partnership with the Municipality of Turin and the Piedmont Regional Schools Directorate, invites members of the public to become familiar with a sport that is currently enjoying an extraordinary period of popularity in Italy.
Following the success of the 2021 release of “Tennis in Piazza”, the current year’s occasion gets back with a vanguard arrangement, keeping with the style of the Nitto ATP Finals. Every scene will have a 10×16-meter court, with educators and bosses from the Istituto Superiore di Formazione “Roberto Lombardi” (ISF) close by to help kids and youthful hopeful players as well as young people and grown-ups who need to venture out toward learning the game of tennis. On account of the joint effort between the ISF, the City of Turin and the Schools Directorate of Piedmont, this drive has previously seen 30 schools affirm their interest.
This year, “Tennis in Piazza” will likewise offer members the amazing chance to rehearse another racket sport: table tennis. A further four playing regions will be set up with tables of varying sizes, uniquely intended for players in the primer phases of the game. This actuation was made possible by the help of specialized specialists of the organization and in a joint effort with the Piedmont Territorial Panel and the Italian Table Tennis League.
Every one of the six occasions of the 2022 version of “Tennis in Piazza” will be coordinated over more than three days, from Friday through Sunday. The main day will be devoted to kids from elementary schools; the second day to auxiliary school understudies; and the third day to young people and grown-ups of all ages.
The series, with the patronage of the Municipality of Turin, will start the week 16 September at Parco del Valentino and will continue with the following calendar:
23 – 25 September: Parco Ruffini
30 September – 2 October: Piazza d’Armi
7 – 9 October: Parco della Confluenza
14 – 16 October: Parco Dora
28 – 30 October: Piazza Castello
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