Last weekend the semifinals of the Spanish Veterans Team Championship were played in Madrid (Club de Tenis Chamartín).
The tennis player from Yecla Ángel Alonso, (Yecla Tennis Club) competed as a member of the veterans team of the Region of Murcia, achieving the victory (1/4) against the Madrid team of CT Chamartín.
The Yeclano tennis player competed as No.
2 of the team, winning his match by 6/1 6/1.
Ángel Alonso will play the final of the Spanish Team Championship (1st Division) with the Murcian team on Sunday, September 27 in Madrid.CRISTINA MARTÍNEZ AND VIRGINIA ALMENDROS, WINNERS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN TENNIS CIRCUIT.Good news also for the players of the Yecla Club de Tenis School.
Virginia Almendros won last weekend in Elche with the triumph, in the youngest category, of the Mediterranean Circuit tournament.
Again, the young player has proven to be one of the future promises by performing good tennis in all phases of the tournament, which was suspended in March due to the pandemic.On the other hand, Cristina Martínez has also managed to win this prestigious tournament in the Cadet category.
The Yeclana player, despite being defeated in the semifinals in the Master of the tournament, has achieved victory due to the global sum of points obtained in the different phases of the tournament.A NEW SEASON BEGINS AT THE TENNIS AND PADEL SCHOOLLast Monday, September 7, the tennis classes began at the club.
The school has learning programs adapted to all levels and ages (Initiation, Mini Tennis, Advanced, Competition, Adults and private lessons).
Classes are taught by a group of qualified teachers specialized in different learning modalities, all of them under the “Tenisxetapas” training system, endorsed by the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation.
Registrations are open to the general public.PADEL SCHOOLThis season, the club's Padel School will be directed by the former Yeclana player and teacher Llanos Soriano.
Classes will also begin during the month of September and are aimed at all levels and ages.
The club has 5 paddle tennis courts for classes, the aim is to promote the practice of this sport of a social nature, since it can be practiced by all members of the family.
Registrations are open to the general public.THE CLUB ALSO LAUNCHES A BASE FOOTBALL SCHOOL This year the Yecla Tennis Club will have a new youth soccer school, directed by Raúl Zárate (Higher Technician in Socio-Sports Education and Animation).
The school is aimed at children between 5 and 10 years old, to be held on Fridays and Saturdays with different schedules and groups established according to the required levels.
The school will be presented through open days, to be held on Saturday, September 26 at 10:00 am at the club's facilities (Soccer field 7).
Attendance this day is free, by appointment.
Registrations are open to the general public.NON-CONTACT BOXING CLASSESAs a novelty this year, the club has organized non-contact Boxing classes, taught by Miguel Ángel Puche Bautista.
Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the club's gym facilities.
Non-contact Boxing is a sports modality that provides a series of physical benefits, strengthens the physical constitution by improving the ability to react and coordinate movements.
The classes are aimed at the general public.All our activities guarantee the safety and hygiene regulations of the Covid-19.
Source: Yecla Club de Tenis