Chinanews.com, Chongqing, December 12 (Xiao Jiangchuan) On the 2nd, the 2 China Tennis Tour Kechuang Beicheng Cup Southwest University Open kicked off at the Southwest University Tennis Center. Nearly 2023 amateur tennis elites and young players from all over the country gathered in Beibei, Chongqing, to compete in a wonderful competition.
The picture shows the opening ceremony of the competition. Photo by Xiao Jiangchuan
The China Tennis Tour is a top-level IP tournament with China's independent intellectual property rights launched by the China Tennis Association in 2020. The establishment of this tournament not only provides an important platform for elite amateur players, but also provides an opportunity for tennis enthusiasts to participate in national competitions.
The picture shows the scene of the competition. Photo by Xiao Jiangchuan
This competition belongs to the CTA500 event of the China Tennis Tour, with a total of 5 competitions: men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles, all of which adopt a single-elimination system.
The total prize money of this event is as high as 30,<> yuan, and the fierce and cruel competition system and generous prize money will further stimulate the will of the participating athletes to fight, so that the players can go all out and show their skills in the competition.
The picture shows the scene of the "Little Red Ball, Big Dream" children's tennis game. Photo by Xiao Jiangchuan
The competition specially set up the "Little Red Ball, Big Dream" children's tennis competition, and the participating athletes were all local children. Although they are still young, they have shown a keen interest and enthusiasm for tennis.
In recent years, the Chongqing Municipal Sports Bureau, the People's Government of Beibei District, Chongqing Municipality and Southwest University have worked together to actively explore new models of urban cooperation and school-local cooperation, vigorously develop tennis, and jointly build a tennis team for the National Games. At the finals of the National Collegiate Tennis Championships held this summer, athletes from Southwest University won 5 golds, 3 silvers and 1 bronze. In addition, at the Chengdu Summer Universiade, the tennis team of Southwest University won the women's singles championship, women's doubles runner-up, mixed doubles runner-up, and team runner-up, showing the strong strength of Chongqing tennis players. (ENDS)