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Alexander Zverev, the world №3, confirms its presence at the Grand Prix Hassan II of tennis-



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SPORT – an excellent PR move that suggested Tennis Grand Prix Hassan II, announcing the participation of the German Alexander Zverev, the world number three. Tennis 21 years will be the headliner of the 35th edition of the sports tournament, which will take place from 7 to 14 April at the Royal Tennis Club of Marrakech.

Born April 20, 1997 in Hamburg, Alexander Zverev shown in 2013 at the Junior Tennis circuit being-finalist and world champion Internationaux de France this year. In 2014 he won the Open de & # 39; Australie.
He becomes one of the professional players in the world-famous, and includes a circuit in the ATP Tour.

The German won his first title in 2016 in St. Petersburg. The following year he won three tournaments and the Masters 1000 Masters 2018 beating Novak Djokovic, the world number 1 in the final after the removal of Roger Federer in the semifinals.

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Hassan Grand Prix this year, almost 560,000.00 Euro (90000,00 € for the winner). He stands for the fourth consecutive time in Marrakech, having as headquarters complex of Al-Amal Casablanca for many years. Organizers of the Royal Moroccan Tennis Federation, in close cooperation with the Royal Tennis Club of Marrakech,
tournament under the guidance of former tennis champion Moroccan Heesch Arazi.

Grand Prix Hassan II established the two can not be missed, to highlight this international tournament. This exhibition match at Jamaa El Fna Square on Saturday, April 6, just put in the public Marrakchi celebrations bath. The stars will play the game to the delight of fans and curious. On Wednesday, April 10, will he, on children: "Children's Day" The ability for children to identify short, the atmosphere of the tournament and the tennis scene..

In the last year in singles, the Spaniard Andujar won the tennis final of the Grand Prix Hassan II after the victory over the Anglo-South African Kyle Edmund. In doubles, Croat Nicol Mektiki and Austrian Alexander Peya released its side, the prize win against the French Benoit Paire and Roger-Vassleno.

For this new edition, the tournament promises to put a tray of large players and world tennis stars, whose names will be revealed this Sunday, March 31. More information in the future.

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