Nalbandian and Dulko return to tennis, for UNICEF


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Nalbandian and Dulko return to tennis, for UNICEF

Former tennis players David Nalbandian and Gisela Dulko will share a day of tennis to benefit Unicef ​​on December 7, in which other figures of this sport and also of polo will participate, among them, its maximum reference, Adolfo Cambiaso.

The Phenix Cup, the name that received the event, will take place at the Pilar Golf Club, where Diego Schwartzman, Daniel Orsanic, Eduardo Novillo Astrada and Facundo Pieres.

The 39-year-old from Cordoba, former number 3 in the ATP world ranking, He played actively between 2000 and 2013 and won 11 career titles, including the 2005 Masters Cup in London. Dulko (36 years old), meanwhile, reached 26th place in the WTA ladder and raised four trophies until he closed his professional stage in November 2012.

The proceeds will go to Unicef ​​for the development of programs in Argentina in collaboration with the Nalbandian Foundation, one of the organizers of the day.


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