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2019 Croatia Bol Open set to be best yet

The stunning venue for the Croatia Bol Open (Photo: Croatia Bol Open)

ZAGREB, May 23 (Hina) – The 4th edition of the WTA Croatia Bol Open, to run from June 3 to June 9 in Bol on the island of Brac, was described on Thursday by the tournament’s director, Feliks Lukas, as the strongest ever according to the list of tennis players who have announced their participation, adding that he hoped a Croatian would make it to the final this year.

As the tournament will be played in the second week of Roland Garros, WTA rules do not allow tennis players among the first 50 in the world to play in this tournament and so we won’t be seeing Croatia’s top rated players Donna Vekic (WTA – 23) or Petra Martic (WTA – 31), Lukas said.

Some of the names that will attend the Bol Open include three former winners – Mandy Minella from Luxembourg, Serbia’s Aleksandra Krunic and Slovenia’s Tamara Zidansek.

Niki Belucci (Promo/WTA Croatia Bol Open)

In addition to excellent tennis matches in Bol, there will be summer night parties during the tournament. Entertainment will be provided by the likes of world-famous DJ Niki Belucci and Nina Badrić. 

2019 Croatia Bol Open programme

Monday, 3/6    

16:30 – Main Draw / Cocktail bar Varadero
20:00 – Player’s Party: “Party at 8, so we don’t stay up late”

Tuesday, 4/6

13:00 – Let the games begin – 1st round matches
20:30 – Match of the day

Wednesday, 5/6

13:00 – 1st round matches
20:30 – Match of the day

Thursday, 6/6

13:00 – 1/8 final matches
16:00 – Kids Day: Sweets and treats powered by Kraš
20:30 – Match of the day

Friday, 7/6

14:00 – 1/4 final matches
21:00 – Dalmatian Traditional Singing – Klapa Cambi & Klapa Šufit / Bol centre

Saturday, 8/6

14:00 – Semifinals
23:00 – DJ Niki Belucci / Cocktail bar Varadero

Sunday, 9/6

…….. – Finals doubles
19:00 – Live concert: Nina Badrić unplugged
20:00 – Final match

Trophy Award Ceremony, featured by the world-renowned pianist Lole Astanova    

You can follow the tournament on the official website here.  

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