The 71st edition of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia tournament will take place from May 10th to 18th on Foro Italico’s clay courts in Rome. The Rome Masters hosts the best of men's and women's tennis simultaneously. This year, BNL will be broadcasting the tournament live on Piazza San Fedele in Milan.
Learn the techniques of tennis champions
This event marks the launch of the free application "BNL Tennis Academy": an innovative experience that allows fans to get to know the moves of the most famous tennis players through tutorial videos. The application features a historical section on the evolution of tennis and its techniques, through archive footage of the sport's greatest champions.
Discover BNL at the Foro Italico Village
The Foro Italico Village will be hosting an exclusive BNL area, featuring:
· A multimedia space with “We Are Tennis” connected tablets
· A space for Hello Bank!, the 100% mobile digital bank
· Two “EduCare” conferences, BNL’s free financial education programme
· A " Telethon" space to learn more about scientific advances in the treatment of genetic diseases
The morning of the final will be the 6th edition of amateur tennis trophy "Master and Commander", in which local managers and entrepreneurs face-off in a doubles competition on the prestigious courts of the Foro Italico.
BNL sponsors the "Internazionali BNL d'Italia Wheelchair" tennis tournament which involves the best wheelchair players and will be held from May 16th to 18th at the Foro Italico. The Bank will also host the 2014 edition of the Italian Championship of Wheelchair Tennis, from June 12th to 15th, on the courts of BNL sports center on via Marco Polo in Rome.
Follow the tournament in real time with We Are Tennis Italy
Historical tennis partner since 1973, BNP Paribas is a global partner of major professional tournaments such as the Davis Cup, the Fed Cup and Roland Garros. Performance, fair play and creativity are some of the core values BNL and BNP Paribas share with the game of tennis.
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