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(Article by Fernando Ribas Reyes can be found in its original form here at  English version edited by Steve Hopkins)

The Puerto Rico Open Table Tennis Tournament has 60 Teams Registered

The international event will be held at the Convention Center in April.


With the relaxation of entry protocols for entry to Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rican Table Tennis Federation hopes to reach their registration goal of 100 teams for the upcoming Puerto Rico Open event.

As of today, there are 60 teams registered with entrants from Guatemala, Mexico, the United States and Puerto Rico, said the President of the Federation, Iván Santos.

Among the registered teams are those from clubs such as Utuado, Corozal, Naguabo, and Olympic Hostel, as well as teams from North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, California, and others from the United States.

The Puerto Rico Open will be held from April 8 to 10 at the Convention Center. This event was to be held in 2021, but was postponed due to the pandemic.

“We have two months to go and we understand that with the easing of entry into Puerto Rico, we are going to reach 100 teams. People are aware of what the entrance to Puerto Rico is like and they must bear it,” Santos said.

Today, athletes traveling to Puerto Rico can enter with proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test taken within 48 hours before or 48 hours after arriving on the Island. International travelers must meet the same requirements with the difference that the negative test must be no more than 24 hours before or after arrival.

The Puerto Rico Open expects to set up dozens of tables in the halls of the Convention Center to facilitate a tournament organized with multiple divisions and events.

It will be the first Puerto Rico Open organized by the Federation, which hopes to institutionalize the event on an annual basis as a way to generate income for the organization’s self-sufficient operation, Santos said.



El Puerto Rico Open de tenis de mesa tiene 60 equipos inscritos

El evento internacional se celebrará en el Centro de Convenciones en abril.

Por Fernando Ribas Reyes


Con la flexibilización del protocolo de entrada a Puerto Rico, la Federación Puertorriqueña de Tenis de Mesa aspira a alcanzar la inscripción de 100 equipos para el cercano evento Puerto Rico Open, informó el presidente de la Federación.

Al día de hoy hay 60 equipos inscritos entre los países de Guatemala, México, Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico, dijo el presidente de la Federación, Iván Santos.

Entre los equipos inscritos están los provenientes de clubes como Utuado, Corozal, Naguabo, Albergue Olímpico, así como equipos de Carolina del Norte, Florida, Georgia, California, entre otros de Estados Unidos.

El Puerto Rico Open se celebrará del 8 al 10 de abril en el Centro de Convenciones. Este evento se iba a celebrar en el 2021, pero quedó pospuesto por la pandemia.

“Nos faltan dos meses y entendemos que, con la flexibilización de entrada en Puerto Rico, vamos a llegar a los 100 equipos. La gente está pendiente a cómo es la entrada a Puerto Rico y se aguantan”, dijo Santos.

Al día de hoy, los atletas que viajen a Puerto Rico pueden entrar con muestra de vacunación o prueba de un examen negativo de no más de 48 horas de arribar a la Isla. Los viajeros internacionales necesitan los mismo requisitos con la diferencia que la prueba negativa debe tener no más de 24 horas de realizada.

El Puerto Rico Open espera hacer un montaje de decena de mesas en los salones del Centro de Convenciones para organizar el torneo con múltiples divisiones y eventos.

Será el primer Puerto Rico Open que organiza la Federación, que espera institucionalizar el evento de manera anual como una manera de generar ingresos para la operación autosuficiente del organismo, dijo Santos.


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