Manolo Santana

Manolo Santana

Manolo Santana

Manolo Santana, the first Spanish player to break through on the world’s stage, has passed away. The IC Spain member was hugely influential on the subsequent generations of Spanish players. He won four Grand Slam titles - two at Roland Garros, one at Wimbledon and one US Open – and took part in many epic Davis Cup ties, leading the Spanish team to the final on two occasions. IC Spain would like to thank the many International Clubs from around the world that have reached out with condolences, and will pass these on to his family.

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France & Germany win Potter Cup and Two Presidents Cup

France’s men’s and Germany’s ladies’ teams are the champions of the 48th Potter Cup and 4th Two Presidents' Cup, which where held in Barcelona during the weekend of October 21-24, 2021.
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IC Spain Annual General Meeting

IC Spain Annual General Meeting

IC Spain celebrated its Annual General Assembly on Tuesday 20th April, coinciding with the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell at the RCTB-1999.

The assembly was held virtually, which facilitated the participation of members from all across Spain. Among the items on the agenda was the launch of the 48th Potter Cup and 4th Two Presidents Cup, which will be held from 21st-24th October 2021.

The IC also unveiled the team that will take part in the Robert Abdesselam doubles competition in Liege, Belgium, from 28th July to 1st August. Representing IC Spain on this occasion will be the players Juan Carlos Andrade, Javier Molina, Ana Almansa and Beatriz Pellón.

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