Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Rome, city open for tennis

Rome, the open city, is officially welcoming tennis. Red clay, tradition and a fashionable Masters 1000 is what everybody was hoping for, after the experiments in Madrid's blue clay courts. Rome, or should we say Internazionali BNL d'Italia, is the most important red clay event before Roland Garros - The French Open (which will start on 22nd May)

Beautiful training facilities, a draw in the famous Spanish Steps and players wondering around in happy faces is what Rome has to offer in the beginning of yet another lovely summer in Europe.

Take a look!
Agnieszka Radwanska in Rome Credit: I.BNL Italia FB
Djokovic after eating the best gluten-free pasta in Rome, as he told fans on Facebook
From Federer's Facebook: "Enjoying a tourist bus tour in Rome. This city is amazing"
Happy Birthday for Murray in la bella Italia. Credit: I.BNL Italia FB
Jelena Jankovic ready to play. Credit: I.BNL Italia FB

Nadal's first practice in Foro Italico. Bellissimo! Credit: Nadal's Facebook

Belissima Maria in Rome. Credit: I.BNL Italia FB
Preparing the draw event in the Spanish Steps Credit: I.BNL Italia FB

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