Kinder Joy of moving Tennis Trophy International Master 2022 at Rafa Nadal Academy

Tennis Trophy International Master 31/10-3/11/2022 Manacor, Spain

Kinder Joy of moving Tennis Trophy is approaching its final strokes: in fact, from October 31 to November 3, the International Masters final will be celebrated at the unique location of the Rafa Nadal Academy, in Manacor, Spain.

The final will be the highlight of an international journey that has seen the participation of more than 20.000 children in 12 countries, including Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Poland, Romania, and for the first time Cape Verde, for a total of more than 150 tournaments.
While the numbers change every year, the spirit of the event remains the same, reflecting the mission and philosophy of the Kinder Joy of moving project in spreading the culture and joy of movement among the younger generations.
Irrespective of the sports discipline, the playing field and the level of performance or ability of the child, Kinder Joy of moving lets the joy of movement win.
Inspired by this, Kinder Joy of moving organizes and supports physical education programs in and out of schools, sporting events for children and school competitions with the aim to guarantee that movement is above all a joy for children: at the heart of the project is the strong belief that a positive attitude towards movement will make today’s children, better adults tomorrow.
The Kinder Joy of moving Tennis Trophy is much more than a trophy: what makes this tournament special and unique is that every match is played without referees; in fact, it is the players themselves who put into practice, on and off the court, the values of respect, friendship and fair play.
Fair play that is even more brought into focus by the prestigious Kinder Joy of moving Fair Play Trophy, present in all our events, awarded to the player and coach who most distinguished themselves for honesty and sportsmanship.

But in addition to the games that will see the tennis players on the field, the tournament will be a time for all participants to meet and interact to celebrate gender equality, family relationships, and the meeting of cultures through the many activities that will enliven the 4 days like the many double matches played with mixed teams: parents’ children, and between players of different nationalities.
Here's why is a unique tournament where the experience goes beyond the simple game, inspiring the children and their families with memories and lessons they will carry into their daily lives.

More than a trophy, a joyful experience!

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