The Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET) has launched a tennis racket skill contest as people in Spain continue to be affected by the confinement measures imposed by the Government there due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Spain is one of the countries badly affected in Europe by the illness.

The rules of the contest are as below - The winner is the player who taps the tennis ball the most with the racket edge (the racket must not be changed from its original state). The player or player must always take the racket by the handle.

Before starting the challenge, the contestant must say loudly and clearly his name, age and the Club to which he belongs. Videos need to be sent to the email address [emailprotected] before March 28, 2020 at 12.00. Categories: Under 12, Under 14, Under 16, under 18 and Adult.

In each category there will be a winner, a runner-up and a third place and the prizes would be as follows - Winner: A HEAD competition racket. Runner-up: Official shirt of the Spanish MAPFRE Selection. Third Place: Two HEAD Competition Ball Canisters.

The RFET has also introduced a Clubs Prize which will go to the club that manages to place two players in the top 10 of a category.

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