The countdown is over. Málaga was dyed this Sunday in color to vibrate with the Tennis Festival prior to the dispute of the final eight of the Davis Cup, the largest of the national team trophies that is disputed in the world and that unfortunately will not have Spain in the running. . There was even a red carpet in the historic center, where There was no lack of the presence of several of the great protagonists who will fight from Tuesday for the trophy on the Martín Carpena court.
The Plaza de la Constitución in Malaga became the epicenter of world tennis with the celebration of that Tennis Festival. For the occasion, a mini court was set up in the emblematic Malaga square that served as a stage for the youngest, and the not so young, to try their hand at racketeering. Mayor Francisco de la Torre himself and tennis player Feliciano López did not miss the opportunity to play some points in front of the citizens.
The Davis Cup remains committed to promoting tennis and bringing the sport closer to everyone and for communities to get involved in this exciting sport.
Looking ahead to this next week, The organization has prepared a modern Fan Zone for tennis lovers and live followers of this global event, as a multidisciplinary space that combines the most exciting activities and a wide gastronomic offer to facilitate a visit to the venue. As a novelty, the opening of doors is extended to an hour and a half before the matches start.
This is set from Tuesday to Sunday at 2:30 p.m. with two exceptions. Thursday It will open at nine in the morning, because there is a double session for which there are no more tickets, and on Saturday, at ten thirty in the morning, because the second semi-final will begin at twelve noon.
Among other advantages, Those who access the Fan Zone in advance will be able to obtain unique discounts on food and drinks. This Tuesday, for example, a 2×1 discount will be offered on all restaurant products during the so-called Happy Hour (from half past two to fifteen minutes before the start of the first game).
It is also established a game for tennis fans to look for replicas of the Davis Cup hidden within the Fan Zone itself and then they can exchange them for two double tickets for Sunday’s grand final, as well as a special Backstage Tour pass that will allow them to visit the most exclusive areas of the tournament. Daily Tickets for the final itself will also be raffled off, just by visiting the Follow Your Country exhibitor.
The entertainment in this multidisciplinary space will include live concerts or DJ sessions, exclusive merchandising prizes, through the fastest serve during Happy Hour, and There will also be the opportunity to meet the players, “take photos and get their autographs.”since every day a different team will tour the Fan Zone.
The organization emphasizes once again that Málaga will have the privilege of enjoying the Davis Cup final one more yearthe largest international team competition in world sport, with a record 155 nations registered this year.