ATP Finals 2022, Binaghi (Fit president): ‘Turin is the world capital of tennis’

Turin’s Palazzo Madama was the setting for the presentation of the 2022 ATP Finals, the second edition scheduled for the Piedmontese capital. FIT President Angelo Binaghi: “The end of the pandemic is a stimulus, Turin must consolidate itself as the world capital of tennis.” Vezzali: “Sport is a messenger of peace and solidarity in such a difficult time”. Gaudenzi: “We hope to have two more Italians on the pitch.” The 2022 ATP Finals will be broadcast live on Sky Sport

Presented to Turin The edition 2022 from the ATP Finals, which for the second consecutive year will take place in the Piedmontese capital. The tournament, scheduled from November 13 to 20will be broadcast on sky sports. “The end of the limitations due to the pandemic will be a stimulus to create new opportunities and offer an even better experience,” said the president of the Italian Tennis Federation. Angelo Binaghiat the presentation of the ATP Finals, which will remain in Turin until at least 2025.

Binaghi: “Turin must consolidate itself as the world capital of tennis”

“In the first edition we got extraordinary results – said Binaghi in a video link with Palazzo Madama, venue of the press conference – reaching 113 countries in the world and almost 110 million people: Turin must consolidate itself as the world capital of tennisThere are still important pages to write in the history of this sport”.

Vezzali: “Event that promotes Turin and Italy in the world”

“Is a event of international interestthe government is committed to the Italian Tennis Federation and it is an event that will promote the city of Turin and Italy in the world“. Thus, the Prime Minister’s Undersecretary, responsible for Sport, Valentina Vezzali in a video message. “It will be an opportunity to reaffirm that it is sport combines sacrifice and passion – he added – even in a difficult time like this for Europe, today a theater of war, sport is a messenger of peace and solidarity”.

Gaudenzi: “We hope to have two more Italians in the Finals”

“We stayed working for the future. We want to improve, we take criticism constructively, we are already working for a better future because we want to continue making this wonderful event grow. We hope to have a full stadium this year, not have to suffer from Covid-related restrictions and continue to have Italian players participating. Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner, for example, are always among the best in the world.. They started with a great first quarter, fingers crossed and maybe we will be able to have two more Italians in the finals at the end of the year“.

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