Michaële Guhéo and Joël Triballer, co-presidents of the tennis club, are very satisfied with the progress of the tournament, which took place from June 4 to 18 on the occasion of the club’s centenary.
Created in 1922 by Juliette Soulaine, the tennis club celebrated its 100th anniversary on Saturday June 18, with many events including the finals of the open tournament.
On this occasion, Saturday, Boris Lemaire presented the city medal to two people who have been very involved in the history of the club for many years: André Lamour, referee of the tournament and former president of the club and Elizabeth Le Port, very volunteer investigation.
“120 people registered for the tournament”
The finalists of the open tournament, among women: Anne-Claire Pedron from Quebec won the final against Yolaine Cottenet from Vannes. And for men, Flavien Laly won the tournament against Alexandre Gueguen. “We had almost 120 registered in the tournament, we have never had so many registered in the tournament, over a fortnight, with good rankings and a good list of women,” says Joël Triballier.
A shared meal ended the day between old and new members.