The all popular Iranian ball artist Mansour Bahrami returns to Liverpool.
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Mansour Bahrami of Iran is set to return to Liverpool in June during the Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis Tournament.( Mansour is scheduled to play 21st and 22nd of June). Mansour is one of the most popular and important players on the legends circuit and his showmanship has made him a long-standing and popular figure in invitational and official tournaments around the world.
Tournament director Anders Borg says; “Its a great boost for us to have Mansour returning to Liverpool. We are in the entertainment business and whilst tennis of course is a very serious game Mansour has sort of changed the rules a little on the exhibition circuit with his incredible abilities to showcase tennis also as a fun game“.
The Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis Tournament is in its 18th year and has grown into the longest running and largest tennis exhibition in Europe – featuring ATP and WTA players warming up for Wimbledon in addition to the ever-popular legends of tennis.
Guy Adams, Managing Director of Williams Group, said:
“As a North West based family-owned business with a flagship retail centre in Liverpool serving the city and Merseyside, Williams BMW is a long-standing supporter and sponsor of this prestigious tournament. In our 110th year, the status of the title sponsor enhances our commitment to supporting sports throughout the North West and to encourage talents at all levels.”
The two sensational Italian winners from last year, Corrina Dentoni and Alessandro Giannessi will also return to Liverpool to defend their titles of 2018.
The International is all about promotion tennis on a local bases and inviting talent from the region to play in Liverpool . Neal and Ken Skupski of Allerton, Liverpool who started up their international tennis careers at the Liverpool International has enjoyed incredible success in recent years on the ATP Doubles circuit and won several ATP events, this year Naomi Broady of Manchester will feature in the women single event.
Anders Borg added: “Naomi is a former top 100 player from Stockport with several titles to her name, it just proves that even if you come from a region dominated by soccer the North West can also develop
some very good tennis players such as the Skupskies and Miss Broady and we are here to encourage kids to pick up the great game of tennis as I am sure there are many more talents like Naomi out there“.
Bill Addy of the Liverpool Bid Company says:
“The Williams BMW Liverpool International is one of the most important sporting events for Liverpool each year , the tournament puts the city of Liverpool and the North West region on an incredible distinguished list of prominent cities around the world being in a position to stage an International Tennis Tournament.“
For more information please contact Anders Borg on 07950260165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org