In October and November UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group will hold TENNIS OPEN DAYS. This means that every customer of the bank can play tennis with friends, family, partners or even a coach on the best courts in Kyiv, Odessa, Dnipro, Kharkiv and Lviv. And both courts and coach services are absolutely free.
To play one or two matches in the company of your friends, you only need to take a few simple steps: please fill in the registration form, пinform about the convenient time and need for a coach and, most importantly, come to the courts with partners in the game, present a document confirming the identity of the program participant and a registered bank card UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group.
This is the third time that UKRSIBBANK is holding TENNIS OPEN DAYS for its customers. During this time, almost 3,000 customers enjoyed playing tennis on the courts of different cities.
“The active participation of our clients in TENNIS OPEN DAYS has inspired us, so every year we expand the scope of the tournament. We see on the courts both people for whom tennis is a favourite activity, and those who make the first steps in this sport and finally get inspired by the game, its dynamism and positive energy. Therefore, we are happy to provide additional opportunities to our customers to join tennis, because this sport is becoming more popular every year. This will allow people to get positive feelings in the company of their friends playing on the best courts of their city “, – has said Yanina Olkhovska, Director of Communications, CSR and Engagement of UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group.
So, you can practice tennis rackets and balls every Sunday in October and November at:
- Kyiv, International Tennis Academy, Povitroflotskyi Ave., 63
- Odessa, TC Chornomorets, Vice Admiral Azarov str., 1
- Dnipro, SC Human, P. Orlyka Ave., 20A
- Kharkiv, Superior Golf & Spa Resort, Akademika Kurchatova Ave., 1-A
- Lviv, SC Eurosport, Petrushevycha str., 1
All that you need for a good game are a good mood, great company, your rackets and balls, sports uniform and, according to quarantine requirements, protective masks for public places.