Once again, the state becomes a meeting point for youth tennis talent from around the world, with the holding of the 2023 Yucatán World Tennis Cup, which was inaugurated by Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal and this year brings together 210 players from more than 40 countries, positioning the state as a promoter of sport.
Accompanied by the director of the Cup, Jorge Enrique Haro Giffenig, and the president of the Yucatán Country Club, Arturo Millet Molina, the Governor led the start of this competition, which is one of the most important in the country, from the “Lorenzo Molina” field. Casares» of the Yucatán Country Club.
When addressing his message, the Governor highlighted that this Cup has become the third top-level tennis event that has been held in the state this year, since this type of meeting puts Yucatán in the world’s sights.
Before the mayor of Mérida, Alejandro Ruz Castro, Vila Dosal stated that the state is going through a great moment both in the economy and in job creation, investment and tourism, in addition to strategic works such as the recently inaugurated Great Park. La Plancha”, the IE-Tram, the new Caimede building and the rehabilitation of the South Sports Unit, where almost 150 million pesos are being invested.
For this reason, the Governor highlighted that many international companies have decided to invest in the entity that has historically reduced poverty and extreme poverty, so in the remaining 10 months of Government, his administration will be promoting more projects such as modernization of the Progreso Altura Port, the two Combined Cycle Power Plants and the expansion of the gas pipeline.
Mérida will host young tennis players from Germany, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Benin, Bermuda, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Korea, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, United States, France Estonia, El Salvador, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Guatemala, Israel, Japan, Morocco, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Dominican Republic, Russia, Romania, Sweden, Thailand and Turkey.