A few days ago I started thinking about the importance of this International Women’s Tournament and I automatically thought of a high level of tennis. Even so, I would like us to be aware that it is much more than that and that behind a great tennis, there is struggle, perseverance and discipline, values that we try to transmit day by day in the school. Surely the first thing that comes to mind when we are enjoying a match during the tournament is the word LUCK.
Yes, you read that right, luck to be able to dedicate oneself and make a living from sport, we all know that it is not easy, although not impossible. However, we must not forget that surely behind each player there are many victories, but also many defeats and desire to throw in the towel at times. For all this, I convey my admiration and gratitude, without them this would not be possible. In addition, I would like to convey to them, on behalf of the members of the Club, that with their assistance they manage to transmit illusion and attract public that gives life to our facilities. I do not want to finish without thanking all the people who make possible that this Tournament can be carried out, here there is also a lot of work behind. I hope we can be at the height again, now we just have to enjoy and learn.

In 1930 the first tennis club in the city of Vitoria Gasteiz is created, the Vitoria Tennis Club, which later, in 1970 became the current Peña vitoriana Tennis Club. The primary objective of the club has always been based on the promotion, development and practice of tennis among the inhabitants of the city, in order to promote the intrinsic values associated with the club and the sport of tennis: work, effort, commitment and improvement. During these years tennis has evolved enormously and has become one of the most popular and practiced sports in the city. The club has never neglected the competitive plot of tennis, as competition is undoubtedly what encourages all people to practice a major sport, such as tennis today.

The tournament presented below is rated for the world circuit and is supervised by members of the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Around 150 tennis players from around the world, aged between 16 and 29, will be quoted in the facilities of La Peña Vitoriana for 7 days to contest the different tests and disciplines of the tournament called World Tennis Tour Open Araba in Women $60,000.

With the creation of an international tennis tournament of these characteristics, the aim is to establish a unique and novel event that meets the necessary conditions to create a meeting point between professionals and fans of sport.