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ATP Finals – Fan Village, how many surprises

Turin – Tennis players, these days of the ATP Finals in Turin, have a space of their own. The Nitto ATP Finals matches are held inside the Pala Alpitour. Outside, in Piazzale Grande Torino, you can bask in the Fan Village that opened today. Throughout the day, the Fan Village will be open to the public, such as Sunday 20, the day of the final. From 12 to 19, admission will be free only in the evening from 21. And what can be found in the Fan Village to entice fans and the curious: Fan Village It is a container for sports and leisure. There is also a “food court” which is an area dedicated to serving food. But it is also designed to broaden the vision and allow the visitor to address broader issues of great importance for the future. for example There is scope for issues such as sustainabilityin the middle of the Nitto platform. Then again engage in games or selfies (this is the case of the Lavazza and Intesa Sanpaolo stands). In general, this area is 3600 square meters fully covered. A small tennis court has also been built on the field, which offers another possibility for fun and discovery of this sport with the teachers of the Roberto Lombardi Higher Training Institute.

The appointment

For the Nitto ATP Finals Fan Village Opening, it was 8 pairs of doubles champions who will compete on the Pala Alpitour grounds tomorrow for the opening of the Nitto ATP Finals Fan Village in Turin this morning. Surprisingly, there is also Nicolas PetrangelliWho welcomed the attendees, noting the value of the show that is about to begin: “Enjoy the show because every match here will be a final of a great tournament.” Mayor of Turin Stefano Le Russo He reiterated the intention of the Turin municipality: “We really want this to be the week of sport, of international importance for Turin. With him is the president of the ATP, Andrea Gaudenzi. “Our mission – he says – is to spread the sport and the Fan Village is a way to improve the experience.” In these days of ATP Finals, it will be Fan Village for Finals fans, A pleasant date that gives a sense of Turin’s hospitality and the vision that inspired the organization of the event in the capital of Piedmont. A way to feel part of a community that lives tennis to the fullest and knows how to look beyond the limits of a match.

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