Williams will return to play at the Internazionali d'Italia: "Rome is one of my favorite cities. I feel I've made so much progress from Miami, but who knows. I'll have to see how it will go when I'm in the field to play a game.
Serena Williams will return to play the Internazionali d'Italia after the interlude of last year, when she was pregnant. The 36 year old American champion, returned to the Indian Wells circuit after 14 months of absence from competitions. "I will definitely play in Rome and at Roland Garros, while I'm still not sure if I'm in Madrid," he told The New York Times, "Rome is one of my favorite cities. I feel I've made so much progress from Miami, but who knows. I'll have to see how it will go when I'm in the field to play a game. I always have to be ready, but I have to be even more because I do not know who I can face in the first or second round, given my ranking. I have to be super super ready, that's what I've worked on. I realized that I had set incredibly high expectations, then after Miami they became unrealistic but more reasonable for me. I rested a bit 'and then I trained a lot. "Take a look at the best tips betting on the market.
A new episode of the story concerning the choice of Piazza del Popolo as the location of the prequalifications to the Internationals. After the official announcement of the news by Federal President Binaghi during the presentation of the tournament, there was a blow and a proposal between Codacons and Federtennis. Now Angelo Diario, president of the Sports Commission of the Municipality of Rome, announced the negative position taken by the Superintendency for Fine Arts: "At the moment the Superintendence has not authorized the project to have some international matches played inside piazza del Popolo We are trying to give reassurance and explain the reasons why tennis matches do not constitute a more serious danger for the square of events that have always been authorized there, including concerts ".
The Soprintendenza replied with an official note: "We learn with some annoyance the news that the Superintendency would have given the stop to take some games of the International Tennis inside Piazza del Popolo." The decision was up to the table of decorum, which is also part of the Superintendency, which has expressed itself unanimously against this initiative.There have emerged problems of security and opportunities that have not allowed it to be approved.This does not mean that other promotional activities can be carried out of the event such as those last year".