In January 19, Casa de Campo and the Tennis Center prepared an event to inaugurate an exciting set of new facilities, marking a significant milestone in the place’s sports offer. Among the most outstanding new features are four pickleball courts and a hard-surface tennis court. These additions not only expand the options for lovers of the racket sport, but also respond to the demands and suggestions of the players themselves.
Casa de Campo Tennis Center, renowned for its 11 clay courts, considered “soft,” has decided to diversify its offerings with the inclusion of a hard court. Matías Territoriale, tennis director, explained that the difference in ball speed between these two surfaces implies variations in technique and the physical condition of players. “We cannot say it is easier or harder, but rather different ways of playing the same sport,” Territoriale said