Conde de Godo Tournament - Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell 2024

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The Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell 2024, also known as the Conde de Godó Trophy, is in full swing and features an exciting lineup of matches. This tournament is notable for its long tradition and is held on the clay courts of the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona, one of the oldest clubs in Spain.

This year, the competition is particularly intense with the participation of high-ranked players such as Andrey Rublev, Casper Ruud, Rafael Nadal, Alex de Minaur and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Tsitsipas recently won the ATP 1000 Monte-Carlo and is positioned as one of the favorites to fight again for the trophy in this edition in Barcelona. In addition, the tournament continues to attract fans with events such as "Peloteando con...", where fans can interact closely with the players.

The event also stands out for its commitment to sustainability and the community, celebrating the fifth edition of 'Play for the Planet' and the sixteenth edition of 'Aces Solidarios', showing the positive impact of the tournament beyond the courts.

For those interested in following the details of the tournament in real time, they can do so through the tournament's official social networks and the live broadcast available on Tennis TV.

For more information on current results, future match-ups and more details about the tournament, you can visit the official Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell website or follow updates on the ATP Tour.

In addition, both on our website and in our social networks of TuboPlus, we offer the latest news and updates on tournaments and news from the world of paddle. Do not miss it!

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