Rakuten Japan Open 2017 Final

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EN: This post will be slightly untraditional. I am a big fan of tennis (although I cannot play due to medical reasons) and I finally got the chance to see the final of major ATP tournament, I was lucky enough to see the final of Rakuten Japan Open 2017 in Ariake Coliseum. This stadium has a capacity of 10 000 people, so it is not exactly small, the atmosphere was great, since the first final in doubles involved Japanese team (Ben McLachlan, who is representing Japan and his teammate Yasutaka Uchiyama), which actually won. So the mood was perfect before the singles final, which was won by David Goffin, now no.10 in ATP World Rakings. The event was perfectly organized, almost no queues or any other problems, Ariake Coliseum has a unique architecture, which gives pretty much everyone very good view of the court, I had kind of a better seat, so I enjoyed it even more. Great experience, for a first-timer.

SK: Tento príspevok je tak trochu netradičný, už som sem viackrát poslal fotky z rôznych podujatí, no teraz ide o finále tenisového turnaja Rakuten Japan Open 2017. Je to podujatie zo série ATP 500, teda nepatrí medzi tie najmenšie, štadión Ariake Coliseum má kapacitu až 10 000 divákov a nálada bola preto skvelá. O to lepšie bolo to, že vo finále štvorhry proti sebe nastúpili dvojica z Japonska a mixované duo z Británie a Brazílie (z UK to bol brat Andyho Murraya, Jamie Murray), triumf oslavovali Japonci a to celé publikum pred finále dvojhry ešte viac nabudilo. Mená máte uvedené vyššie, dá sa to aj vygúgliť. Podujatie bolo organizované skvele, takmer žiadne čakanie, samotný štadión má výbornú architektúru, ktorá ponúka dobrý výhľad na kurt z každého uhla, ja som mal trochu lepšie miesto, takže som si to užíval ešte viac. Skvelý zážitok pre nováčika.

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