The Internazionali BNL d’Italia features the best players at the Foro Italico in Rome. The tournament is one of the three ATP Masters 1000 events contested on clay, but the event is more than just tennis; it is a total entertainment experience. High fashion, fine food, fabulous shopping and celebrity musical performances have made the tournament one of the most glamorous stops on the ATP Tour.
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The Rome Masters has been won 9 times by Rafael Nadal and tends to attract all of the world’s best players. If you like shopping for tennis clothes/equipment then inside the grounds of the Foro Italico you can choose from a huge variety including all the famous brands plus some local Italian gear. Possibly the best range of tennis merchandise to be found in Italy all in one place!
The Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2021 marked the return of public to big events in Italy. However, due to the needed safety measures to prevent COVID-19 spread, distancing forced a reduction…. 29 May 2021.
Located in the north of Rome, in the Della Vittoria district, the complex was built between 1928 and 1938, during the Fascist period, and hosted the 1960 Olympic Games. The tennis courts are right next to Rome’s Olympic Stadium. The stadium’s address is Viale del Foro Italico, 00135 Roma RM, Italy.
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May 15, 2021 Novak Djokvovic , Rafael Nadal , Tennis. No one could imagine that on his way to what may be his twelfth final at the Masters 1000 in Rome, Rafael Nadal would meet as the last obstacle, this Saturday (1:00 p.m., Let's go), Reilly Opelka, a 23-year-old American who little o nothing had been said about clay until this first presence at the Foro Italico.
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The Italian tennis championship was first held in 1930 in Milan at the Tennis Club and was initiated by Count Alberto Bonacossa. The singles events at the tournament were won by Bill Tilden and Lilí Álvarez. The championships were held in Milan until 1934. The next year, 1935, the event moved to the Foro Italico in Rome. No edition was held between 1936 and 1949.