Take on Italian Paddle Tennis Champions Simone Cremona and Daniele Cattaneo
Take on Italian paddle tennis champions Simone Cremona and Daniele Cattaneo.
The doubles team Simone Cremona and Daniele Cattaneo have retained their title as champions, repeating last year's success, taking home the overall title as in 2018 with victories in both the Outdoor and Indoor sections of the Italian championships played in Rome, Italy.
Paddle tennis is a sport played on a court with racket and ball.
A few important rules characterize paddle tennis: the most unusual is the fact that the walls surrounding the court are part of the playing area so if the ball bounces off these walls it can be played on.
The court is 20 m long and 10 m wide with a boundary wall that is 3 m high. The batter must serve into the space diagonally opposite to the opponent's batting area and must bounce the ball on the ground before hitting it. Players can hit the ball back with or without a first bounce or they can bounce it off the wall of their own half of court so that it goes over the net towards the opponent's half of the court. The ball cannot touch the wall delimiting the opponent's half. There are two professional forms of play: individual and double.
Associazione Onlus was founded in 2001 by a group of parents of children and young people with diabetes, with the support of the Center for Endocrinology of Childhood and Adolescence of the H S. Raffaele University Scientific Institute in Milan, regional center for diabetes in developmental age.
The Association gives important support to children, young people and their families from the onset of the illness, operating at the Pediatric Clinic of the H S. Raffaele University Scientific Institute in Milan and the Pediatric Clinic at the Spedali Civili Hospital of Brescia.
In addition to the meticulous work of the doctors of the Pediatric Clinics and our volunteers, this commitment also requires the precious contribution of friends and associates to support the Founding Group in making the Association known throughout the national territory.