Barcelona already breathes tennis

In the streets of Barcelona you can already see the imminent arrival of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell from April 16 to 24 on the courts of the RCTB-1899. The tournament is organizing numerous activities to open up to the whole city, in collaboration with the Barcelona City Council, such as the placement of mini tennis courts in emblematic places so that the little ones can discover this sport; a multi-day tour with the Conde de Godó Trophy, to be able to see it up close; an urban art contest or numerous promotions to win exclusive gifts from the tournament. 

Among these activities highlights the organization of Mini Tennis courts in the street and will begin this Friday, April 1 on the Rambla del Raval from 5pm to 7pm. On these courts you can enjoy games, challenges, contests, and there will be the opportunity to get exclusive prizes.  

Mini Tennis Courts  

Friday April 1 (5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) | Rambla del Raval  

Saturday April 2 (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) | Jardins Campoamor 

Sunday, April 3 (12h to 14h) | Plaça de Sarrià  

Friday April 8th (5pm to 7pm) | Plaça de les Dones (Gràcia) 

Saturday April 9 (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) | Plaça Comercial del Born 

Sunday 10 April (12h to 14h) La Sagrada Familia (park) 

Urban Art Contest 

Saturday April 9 (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) | Plaça Comercial del Born 

Renowned local artists will compete in a graffiti contest with a theme based on the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell. The winner (chosen on social networks) will be able to paint live and exhibit their work during the tournament and make their art known to the public. 

Participate in the BOBS Tennis Walk and step on the Rafa Nadal Court 

On Friday, April 15, one hundred fans of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell will be able to participate in a march with a tennis atmosphere and, incidentally, they will have the opportunity to get to know the tournament facilities for the first time one day before they open the doors to the public. The start of the walk will be Plaça Catalunya at 5pm and the end will be the Rafa Nadal Court of the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona-1899, where participants can play on the court itself.