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An Opportunity Beckons for the Southern Hempishere, Visit Buenos Aires
By: Raul Calin / Ian Marshall

A focused Fermin Tenti, a player in Bienos Aires on whom many eyes will be focused  Photo By: Nahuel di Salvo

02/23/2012        2012 Argentina Junior & Cadet Open - ITTF Junior Circuit (Click here to access this section)

Moving forward, making measured progress, the South American country of Argentina once again welcomes the ITTF Junior Circuit to its shores.

Home for the event is Buenos Aires, the tournament being held from Friday 13th to Tuesday 17th April 2012.

Five days of competition beckons in a part of the world where international competition is needed.

Therefore, for the countries of Latin America in particular, it is an opportunity not to be missed.

ITTF Global Junior Circuit Event
The 2012 Argentina Junior and Cadet Open will feature singles, doubles and team events in the junior and cadet categories.

Following the ITTF Junior Circuit event, the South American Junior Champinships will start in the same facilities.

Prize Fund
The Argentina Table Tennis Association offers a total of US$ 3,100 in prize money; with no tax deductions.

Maximum Number of Entries
A maximum of 110 entries is accepted.

Official Documents
Please find here the Prospectus of the ITTF Junior Circuit event, the Preliminary Entry Form and Final Entry Form.

All these documents are permanently available in the dedicated section of the ITTF website: 2012 Argentina Junior & Cadet Open ITTF Junior Circuit

For Further Details Contact
Tournament Director:
Dr. Nestor Tenca
Tel: +5411 43722329

ITTF Competition Manager:
Juan Carlos Medina
Tel: +58 414 2308283

Preliminary entry forms should be returned by Monday 5th March 2012 with final entry forms returned by Wednesday 14th March 2012.

ITTF Junior Circuit General Information
For general information regarding the ITTF Global Junior Circuit or the Global Junior Programme Activities, please contact:
Judit Farago or Raul Calin



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