WTA Croatia Bol Open - a week of top tennis and entertainment in Bol!

07.06.2017. by ivanb

Croatia Bol Open, is the only professional women's tennis tournament in South East Europe that is being held at the Bluesun Tennis Center Zlatni Rat's 26 tennis courts this year from June 5th to 11th. It kicked off on Monday, June 5th with qualifications and a great evening concert of the Soul Fingers band by the outdoor pool of Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa in Bol. The organizational team and tennis players from different parts of the world who arrived in Bol said, it is one of the most beautiful tournaments. They had fun in the great atmosphere that Soul Fingers created, and have been know for for decades.

This week Bol is providing top tennis, as the tournament has about 15 top women players out of 100 world-famous tennis players, along with the sports attractions on the tennis courts, a rich entertainment program has also been organized.

On Wednesday, June 7th Bol locals and their guests will have fun at the concert of Sara Renar, while Friday is reserved for Justin Johnson's concert. Saturday, June 10th, the night before the final match, the famous band from Split, TBF, will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album "Ping-pong" in Bol, and after midnight in Varadero the international star of electronic music, DJ Antoine will perform.

Sunday morning starts at the Central tennis court of the Bluesun Tennis Center Zlatni Rat at 11 am with an exibition match that will be played by Iva Majoli and Martina Hingis on the 20th anniversary of Iva's victory against the same opponent when she won the first and only Grand Slam title for the time being. The final match begins 12 o'clock at noon, after which we will find out the winner of the WTA Croatia Bol Open 2017.



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