The Murcian tennis player will be on the slopes of the Country Club this Saturday, the day on which the women’s and under-23 teams start
Since last Saturday, the Real Sociedad Club de Campo de Murcia, located in El Palmar, has hosted the 9th edition of the Queen’s National Dessert Trophy, which takes place between the 11th and 28th of this month, both in the male and female categories. The youngest, alevín, infantile and cadet cadres are joined for the fourth consecutive year by the under-23 tournament, with important prizes. This year 300 young tennis players from Valencia, Castilla La Mancha, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia and the Region of Murcia have signed up for this event.
The competition has the backing of the Regional and Spanish federations and its director and referee judge is Carlos Alcaraz González, father of Carlos Alcaraz and director of the El Palmar club school for almost 30 years. Her young son, Jaime, is a favorite in the 10-and-under category. The little one from the Alcaraz, who many see a splendid future on the circuit in a few years, has easily overcome the first two rounds.
His brother Carlos was at the club where he trained on Saturday and will return this Saturday, to attend the matches with which the women’s and under-23 teams will start the tournament. Óscar Jimeno (up to 10 years old), Pablo Álvarez Peñaranda and Jordi Fernández (juvenile), David Espinosa and Mario Díaz (child) and David Muñoz and Sergio López Guillén (cadet) are the favorites for the title in the different categories.
The prizes will be awarded in the closing ceremony at the end of the tournament on Tuesday, December 28. There will be a gift of a Joma shirt and Reina products for all underage participants and cash prizes for the under-23 finalists, with 300 euros for the champions.
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