Fees: – One event € 80,00 – two events € 95,00
The fee includes:
- Tournament fee / your choice of 1 or 2 events (Singles and/or Doubles)
- Welcome Pack
- Free entry into tennis club swimming pool for Friday and Saturday
- Welcome aperitif
Bank Transfer payment
IBAN – IT 16 J 06385 02435 100000003935 payable to “Bogasport asd”
BIC/SWIFT CODE IBSPIT2B
For other forms of payment please contact: email@example.com
Friday June 10th, 2016: from 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Saturday June 11th, 2016: from 8.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Sunday June 12th, 2016: from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Saturday’s dinner and party
Saturday night party will cost 22,00 euros. It includes dinner, awards cerimony, show with the fabulous Clara Rara and all night long disco party.
You can choose accommodation at our partner hotels published at this link: Partner Hotels
Bogatournament joined the campaign promoted by “Paddy Power” to fight homophobia in sport. Put the shoelaces that will be delivered during the tournament. Show your support by using #allacciamoli
Bogatournament want to thanks the Global Pharma Ltd. which this year will be with us for the entire duration of the tournament. The dietary supplement “Top Spin” has been studied specifically for tennis players because it protects cartilage and joints that are particularly stressed in playing tennis.
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