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Rome and Paris, the World Cup on clay

What’s more fascinating in the world of tennis than a clay court? The red season is almost here, with Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 tournament on the launching pad, and with the apotheosis expected as always between Rome and Paris.

First, the Internazionali Bnl d’Italia will be on stage, then the Roland Garros, tournament of the Grand Slam at the Bois de Boulogne, which has always been considered the World Championship on clay. Joining these two great events, the name of Rafael Nadal, capable of winning 13 times in Paris and 10 times in the Capital of Italy.

Feats that are destined to remain undefeated for a long time, given the exceptional nature of the numbers collected by the current number 1 of the Race to Turin. Rafa had to stop after Indian Wells’ Masters 1000 due to a stress fracture, but there are chances to see him back on the tennis court to defend these two prestigious titles.

Next year, right between Rome and Paris, we will be there too with the great appointment of Imola 2023, from the idea born by CC LAB Consultant Ltd, created by CC LAB Italia srl, in association with Enzo and Dino Ferrari International Racetrack of Imola.

Tennis on the Racetrack has chosen clay to allow the top players who will arrive in Imola to stay in contact with the surface that the tennis circuit offers at that particular time of the year. The surface of courage and imagination, the one traditionally most loved by every Italian tennis player.

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