Longines 2014 Future Star Tennis League Kicks Off In May
The 2014 Long Qin brand “Longines Future Tennis Star” competition is about to kick off. This famous brand owned by the Swatch Group has a long history of 175 years and superb craftsmanship. The official tennis partner of the French Open and a designated timed Swiss Longines ‘Future Tennis Star’ competition aims to promote tennis and its spirit of respect, fairness, and tolerance, and to find the next one that looks like this Like the French Open champion Rafael Nadal, the tennis king who can win the French Open six crowns.
As we all know, the famous Longines brand has become a long-term official timing partner with the French Open. As the official partner of the Roland Garros French Open, Longines is looking for the future through the ‘Longines Future Tennis Star’ competition. Tennis champion. Inheriting the spirit and tradition of the brand, Longines continues to help and support young people in developing sports talents
The French always like to call the French Open, one of the four major championships, ‘Roland Garros’. It is a tennis tournament held in Paris, France from mid-May to early June. Slam Game 2. Journalists from other countries and regions have consistently used the French Open. And there is the same name Roland Garros.
From May 29th to May 31st, 2014, Longines will select 16 young outstanding players to go to Roland Garros for a fierce championship fight.
The purpose of this event is to promote the sport and its spirit of respect, fairness, and tolerance. Longines invites 16 players under the age of 13 from around the world to participate in the Paris competition. They are from Australia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, China, Britain and the United States.
These forthcoming tennis buds, selected by the tennis associations of their respective countries, will compete for two days to qualify for the finals on the morning of May 29. The winner of the final will receive a trophy from the French Tennis Federation, and the two finalists will receive a prize of $ 2,000 per year to fund their sports equipment until the age of 16.
At the same time, the Longines Discovery Future Tennis Champion Scholarship was established in 2011 to support promising young players to continue their tennis training after completing the ‘Hong Kong Tennis Tomorrow Star Program’. Outstanding trainees will have the opportunity to receive Longines sponsored professional tennis training for up to a year after completing the program.