(Oct.4, 2009，BH China） 2009 China Open ATP schedule is about to set off. Among the 25 seed players in the tournament, 6 are from Spain, consisting almost one-quarter of the line-ups. Spanish players constitute a significant role in world tennis stage.
Spain has made its meteoric rise in sports ever since 1992 Barcelona Olympic. Today, Spain has been the winner for so many major sports competitions: Tennis, Football (F.C. Barcelona: Champion of 2008-09 UEFA Champions League）, Basketball (Spain national team: Champion of 2006 FIBA World Championship Men), Motor Racing (Fernando Alonso: Driver champions of 2005 and 2006 Formula 1), and Bicycle (Alberto Contador: Champions of 2008 and 2009 Le Tour de France; Samuel Sánchez: Cycling-road champion of 2008 Summer Olympic). Spanish people who loves sports from its nature has proofed their talent and the hard work to the world.
BH, the Spanish fitness equipment maker, has been established for the 100th years by 2009. By sponsoring Spanish sportsmen, sports games, and training facilities, BH has been credited as “The Cradle of Spanish Sports”. During the 20 years Spain devoting into sports, BH products have gain significant progress in both commercial use fitness equipment adopt by professional sportsman and home use fitness equipment adopt by amateur fitness enthusiast. Today, BH has earned its reputation and led the market share in fitness equipment among European countries.
Top Spanish ATP players fight for the crown for 2009 China Open tournament: First seed Rafael Nadal (World No.2), fifth seed Fernando Verdasco (World No.10), eighth seed Tommy Robredo (World No.15), ninth seed David Ferrer (World No.19), Juan Carlos Ferrero (World No.25), and Nicolás Almagro (World No.33). Being the most faithful supporter for both Chinese fitness industry and tennis player of its own country, Spain, BH provides the game with hi-end, Spain-imported equipment for player’s training use. BH expects the top players to present the best performance to all Chinese audience and bring the Spanish sporting atmosphere to China.