BJK Cup captain, Peniza approves court for duel against Germany in SP

BJK Cup captain, Peniza approves court for duel against Germany in SP
BJK Cup captain, Peniza approves court for duel against Germany in SP
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The Ibirapuera Gymnasium, in São Paulo, which will be the stage for the confrontation between Team Brasil BRB and Germany for the Billie Jean King Cup, the women’s tennis World Cup, received a visit from Luiz Peniza, captain of the Brazilian team, at this end of the week.

Peniza, who called up the five best players in the country for the match, led by Beatriz Haddad Maia, liked what was being done in the gym by NSports, the organizer of the event.

“I had the opportunity to see the court ready, I was quite satisfied with the first impression I had. We have ten days to work on it and, certainly, when training starts on the 8th, the court will be impeccable and with the greatest possible quality to prepare for the match. The structure is very cool and the court is very beautiful,” he said.

The dispute, which counts for a place in the finals of the competition, will be held in two single games on Friday (12), starting at 6:30 pm, and two other single games on Saturday (13), starting at 3 pm. In case of a tie, the decision will be made with a doubles match.

Tickets – Around eight thousand tickets have already been sold. There are few units left, which are available on the website www.ingressonacional.com.br.

Live broadcast on NSports – In addition to organizing the event, NSports also has the exclusive broadcasting rights for Brazil, through its multiplatform – Claro TV, Sky+ and YouTube -, and the international signal that will take the clash to various parts of the world.

The Team Brasil BRB vs Germany clash for the Billie Jean King Cup Qualifiers is organized by NSports, organized by the Brazilian Tennis Confederation and supported by the City of São Paulo, through the Municipal Department of Sports and Leisure.


The article is in Portuguese

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