The countdown of the 2018 Football Tennis World Cup begins
Next Friday, October 12, from 10 am, the World Tennis Football Festival begins where the different figures in this discipline will fight to leave the name of their country at the top. Subsequently at 2:00 p.m., the FTA Tour Association, together with the Municipality of Santiago, the Municipality of Estación Central and CORE, will begin the opening ceremony in the Main Court.
The countdown begins for the most important international event of the professional circuit of Tennis and within the most outstanding news, this year the championship will count with the incorporation of women in the adult and junior categories.
Around the arrival of the championship approved by the Metropolitan Regional Council of Santiago, Celin Moreno CORE of the region and president of the CORE Sports Commission, commented some positive aspects that the World Cup will have.
"This is an initiative that brings a tournament of international character to our capital, where great athletes and former athletes of international level will be concentrated and for us as Regional Council and Regional Government, it is a pleasure to contribute and be able to generate resources for that initiatives like this one of this level and of this quality, can be part of this region ".
In turn, for the mayor of Estación Central, Rodrigo Delgado, this second version of the World Cup confirms the importance of this planetary event to be held at the legendary Central Railway Station.
"This year will participate world-level figures, world champions, Europe and America. Central Station again has the privilege of being the headquarters of this sport, which every day has more followers. From our commune we will continue supporting these initiatives and we thank all those who have supported this initiative, as the Regional Government did ".
In this second version, the international male competition will be starring the French duo composed by David Trezeguet and Adrien Prual, finalist of the latest version of the world. The former captain of the Dutch team, Frank de Boer, the two-time champion of America