DAVID FERRER, JELENA JANKOVIC, MARION BARTOLI & MORE HIT THE STREETS OF PARIS IN THE PRINCE PARIS TOUR

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This week, the Prince Paris Tour hit the streets serving-up a week-long list of activities with its top players David Ferrer, Jelena Jankovic and Marion Bartoli throughout the city of Paris for tennis fans and enthusiasts to participate in!

 

On the first stop of the Prince Paris Tour, 2013 Wimbledon Singles Champion Marion Bartoli made a special visit to the Edouard Rist Hospital to play tennis and meet with ill children in association with the Premier de Cordée.

 

Today, Jelena Jankovic, Taylor Townsend and David Ferrer came out to play with tennis fans and sign autographs at the CNIT de la Defense.

On Saturday, a private clinic will take place with Jelena Jankovic and David Ferrer along with Marion Bartoli. On Monday, Bob & Mike Bryan will put participate in games and an autograph signing session.

 

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PRINCE PARIS TOUR 2014

FROM FRIDAY, MAY 23RD TO TUESDAY, MAY 27TH 2014

 

Prince is back in Paris with their top players for this year’s new Prince Paris Tour! Starting things off will be 2013 Wimbledon Singles Champion Marion Bartoli who will be visiting ill children at the hospital Edouard Rist on Wednesday May 21th in with the association Premier de Cordée.

 

On Friday, May 23rd at the CNIT de la Défense from 12pm to 2pm Prince Players Jelena Jankovic and David Ferrer will come out and play with tennis fans and do a signing sessions inside the store Décathlon that Prince is partnering with. Following this on Saturday, May 24th there will be a private clinic at one of the Prince club’s in west of Paris with Prince players Marion Bartoli, Fabrice Santoro and Daniela Hantuchova in attendance.

The PRINCE PARIS TOUR will start on Sunday, May 25th aboard their customized van!

 

First stop on the Prince Paris Tour will be the Jardins du Luxembourg from 3pm to 4pm for a game and signing session with World #1 Double Players Bob & Mike Bryan. Our Paris’ monuments tour will take place Monday, May 26th and Tuesday, May 27th with many collectors’ prizes to be won.

To follow the schedule of those two days please stay tuned on Twitter and Facebook

 

Who: PRINCE Team Players (Signing Session Schedule and Players Subject to Change)

ATP No. 3 David Ferrer – Friday, May 23th at 12pm

WTA No. 8 Jelena Jankovic – Friday, May 23th at 1pm

Top Ranked American John Isner – Friday, May 23th at 12pm

WTA Rising Star taylor Townsend – Friday, May 23th at 1pm

World No. 1 Doubles Team Mike & Bob Bryan – Sunday, May 25th at 3pm

Prince Promotions Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where: Friday, May 23th from 12pm to 2pm at Décathlon La Défense, Centre commercial le CNIT

Sunday, May 25th from 3pm to 4pm at Jardins du Luxembourg

Monday and Tuesday, May 26th and 27th in Paris (schedule to defined on the Day-D)

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