The Dream Cup tennis tournament scheduled for November 28 to December 1, 2013, in Barbados, has been postponed until 2014 on a date to be confirmed in the near future. This postponement has resulted from player injury, which will prevent the hosting of the inaugural Dream Cup Barbados.
In a statement released on November 15, Richard Gasquet stated:
“Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the Dream Cup at the end of this month. I would like to apologize to all the fans there since I was really looking forward to traveling to Barbados for the first time. Sadly …Read More >
The Dream Cup team showed up in full force to participate in the “Take a Step for Diabetes” 5k walk/run organized by the Diabetes Association of Barbados (www.diabetes.bb) on Saturday 9th to help raise awareness. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has named November 14th World Diabetes Day to bring focus to issues of importance facing the global diabetes community.
Diabetes now represent a most significant health care problem and the most important cause of mortality confronting the English-speaking Caribbean with approximately 27,000 known diabetics in Barbados, and if this trend continues, this figure …Read More >
2013 Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray, currently ranked third in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) rankings, recently underwent minor back surgery.
Andy is returning to training in November for his pre-season training block in Miami and just in time for the inaugural Dream Cup tennis tournament challenge in Barbados. The tournament, scheduled for November 28th competition at the Sir Garfield Sober Sports Complex with three other of the World’s top players (Juan Martin Del Potro, Richard Gasquet, and Nicolas Almagro.)
The tennis tournament challenge in the warm Caribbean setting of Barbados provides a perfect location for Murray to …Read More >
Del Potro in The Dream Cup, Barbados Bid
Grand Slam Champion Juan Martin del Potro has agreed to take part in The Dream Cup tennis tournament challenge November 28th – December 1st in Barbados. This inaugural men’s singles tournament will feature four of the World’s top tennis players in the beautiful Caribbean paradise.
“Delpo,” as commonly known by fans, was awarded the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Comeback Player of the Year award in 2011 after overcoming a right wrist injury from the previous year. Since receiving that award, the 6’ 6” Del Potro has continued to …Read More >
ESPN Announces Partnership with The Dream Cup Barbados Tennis Tournament Challenge
ESPN International announced today a six-year media partnership with The Dream Cup Tennis Tournament Challenge in Barbados. The inaugural Dream Cup will take place this year on November 28th – December 1st at the Sir Garfield Sober Sports Complex.
ESPN will air live coverage of the event across the Caribbean, United States, Canada, South America and Europe.
The partnership between The Dream Cup and ESPN International began in 2011, when the company first provided highlights of the tournament previously known as Tennis Pon the Rock …Read More >