The event will be from September 27 to October 2 with the participation of 67 athletes from 15 countries, including Mexico, the United States, Canada, Peru, El Salvador, Sierra Leone, England, Portugal, the Dominican Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Trinidad and Tobago, and India.
The competition modalities will be women’s and men’s singles, women’s doubles, men’s and mixed.
The first day of action will be on Wednesday and on Thursday the duels of the main draw will begin; while on Sunday, October 2, the finals of the tournament that awards points for the world ranking will correspond.
As a preamble, Guatemala organized the VIII Junior International 2022 from the 8th to the 11th of this month.
The Guatemalan payroll is made up of Nikté Sotomayor, Alejandra and Mariana Paiz, Luisa Santizo, Mariana Palacios, Diana Ferguharson, Raúl and Eduardo Anguiano, Ramiro Alonso, Rubén Castellanos, Diana Corleto, Yeison Del Cid, Leisbeth Del Valle, Andy Ferguharson, Alejandro García, Diego García, Eddy García, José Granados, Aníbal Marroquín and Jonathan Molineros.
Likewise, Christopher Martínez, José Ochoa, Antonio Ortiz, Katherine Salvarierra, Jonathan Solís, Diego Trujillo, Darío Tul and Nathalee Tevalan, according to the information offered at a press conference.
Among the international athletes are the Mexican Olympian Lino Muñoz, ranked 92nd in the world; Job Castillo (98) and Salvadoran Uriel Canjura, who recently won the Brazilian Open in the single category.
On that same stage, the Guatemalans hung three medals, one gold and two silver.
The couple of Corleto and Jonathan Solís obtained the most precious metal in mixed doubles, while Marroquín and Solís took silver in men’s doubles and Corleto and Sotomayor repeated the harvest.