After the severe damage from Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, Guerrero, there were many settings and material things that were completely destroyed and one of them was the GNP Seguros Arena, where various tennis matches were played.
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That is why the governor of Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado Pineda, had a meeting with directors of the Mexican Tennis Open, to see the possibility of having this tournament again in Acapulco.
At the meeting, various points were touched upon, with the fixed point of seeing tennis again in Acapulco, however, the effects were severe on the Princess Mundo Imperial hotel that houses the Arena GNP Seguros, which was destroyed.
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However, in the talk that took place, those present, Álvaro Falla Carrasco, director of the Mexican Tennis Open, and José Antonio Fernández, director of operations, declared their intention to continue the Tennis project in Guerrero despite the passage of the Hurricane Otis.
“This is what we want, Acapulco little by little, and faster than we thought, and thus reactivate the economy having all the facilities for the Open to return,” declared Salgado Pineda.