Rotterdam, New York, Buenos Aires and St. Petersburg mark the tennis agenda

first_imgThe good tennis figures steadily return to the competitors after the Australian Open. A number of excellent rackets of the Prime-10 ATP meet this week in Rotterdam, whereas different rackets on the circuit play in New York or Argentina. In the ladies’s circuit, the St. Petersburg event brings collectively nice rackets like Bencic or Kvitova, whereas Elina Svitolina will search for the title in Thailand.ABN AMRO World Tennis Match (Rotterdam, February 10-16): Daniil Medvedev begins as the first favourite to the title in the Dutch event, the place he may have as rivals Stefanos Tsitsipas, Gael Monfils (champion in 2019), David Goffin, Fabio Fognini, Andrey Rublev or Denis Shapovalov. Roberto Bautista, sixth favourite, and Pablo Carreño, can be the solely Spanish representatives on this ATP 500 event.New York Open (New York, February 10-16): John Isner is the massive favourite to the title in the New York event towards rivals akin to Milos Raonic (three-time event champion), Reilly Opelka (champion in 2019), Tennys Sandgren, Ugo Humbert, Miomir Kecmanovic, Cameron Norrie or Kyle Edmund, Argentina Open (Buenos Aires, February 10-16): Diego Schwartzman will search the title earlier than the Argentine public in a event the place Guido Pella, Dusan Lajovic, Borna Coric, Laslo Djere and Casper Ruud may even compete, the place the presence of as much as six Spanish tennis gamers stands out: Albert Ramos, Pablo Andújar, Roberto Carballés, Jaume Munar , Fernando Verdasco, Pedro Martínez,GSB Thailand Open (Hua Hin, February 10-16): Elina Svitolina begins as a favourite to the title in the Thai event towards rivals akin to Shuai Zheng or Petra Martic.St. Petersburg Girls Trophy (St. Petersburg, February 10-16): Belinda Bencic leads participated in the Russian event, which additionally highlights the presence of gamers akin to Kiki Bertens, Petra Kvitova, Maria Sakkari, Johanna Konta or Elena Rybakina.last_img read more

BC Hydro invites City to join Site C Liaison Committee

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — According to correspondence received by the City published to the regular council meeting’s agenda on Feb. 22, 2016, BC Hydro invited the City of Fort St. John to participate in a new Regional Community Liaison Committee for Site C by choosing a representative from council to join.The letter, sent by Environmental, Aboriginal Relations and Public Affairs Director of Site C Edie Thome, was addressed to City Manager Dianne Hunter.The committee will be “a representative advisory forum for local, regional and provincial elected officials to receive information about project construction, and to bring forward interests, issues and concerns about the project for BC Hydro’s consideration and response.”- Advertisement -Thome wrote that the committee would meet regularly during construction of Site C, in addition to BC Hydro’s plans to meet with municipalities to implement ‘individual community measures agreements.’Invitations were sent out to regional mayors, local MLAs, and the Peace River Regional District’s board of directors.The first meeting, slated to take place tomorrow as per the letter, will develop a Terms of Reference for the committee, and discuss topics including but not limited to committee members, role of technical advisors, chair or co-chair roles and responsibilities, meeting frequency and location, reporting, record-keeping, and public communications.Advertisementlast_img read more