Did you know Rome has a pyramid? Pyramid of Cestius…
ATP World Tours Masters 1000, Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2012, to be contested at Foro Italico starting 12th of May for eight consecutive days. In this tournament, top stand is worth euro 2,427,975. Internationally recognised players do not simply pop-up over a night indeed, but gift, hardwork, determination, professionalism and experience is what makes them popular and most paid. The honour is worth it.
Attention of the media and fans is inclined towards most known athletes. Fans long to watch favorites play, take a photo or perhaps a signature.
According to recent ATP ranking, women’s best start are Victoria Azarenka (Belorussia), Maria Sharapova (Russia) and Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic) with 8980, 7680 and 7095 points consecutively.
Last year, Novak Djokovic won a record five ATP Masters Series 1000 titles: Indian Wells, Miami and Canada, played on hard courts, and Madrid and Rome, on clay. Novak Djokovic is netting ten million U.S. dollars a year compiling a 43-match winning streak until his defeat in the French Open semifinals in May. He is currently ATP number one player with 13,310 points followed by Rafael Nadal (10,415) and Roger Federer (8,710).
Novak Djokovic is also landing in Rome winning the Australian Open in February.
For more in depth information on results, players, tickets, courts and more visit this site: http://www.internazionalibnlditalia.com
Tennis in Rome is not mere professional players, games, media, presentations, sponsors, photos and autographs. The event is an interact of all minor things that insert aroma to the whole experience: dolce vita , fashion, history, religion, accommodation, pizza and pasta.
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