Projects and novelties will be presented by the TCM during its general assembly which will be held on Monday 3 October.
The Tennis Club Moissac intends to start this news as well as possible, after the difficulties of the past two years inherent in the health crisis.
Following on from the association forum at the “Jo” Carabignac stadium in Moissac, the club’s return to school went smoothly, with a large number of new members from all generations. It must be said that the management team as well as the technicians have gone all out to increase the number of slots and thus reduce the number of staff per group. It has also been added (without increasing contributions, because the TCM wants to be accessible to all with affordable prices) match sessions on Saturdays for each age category once a month, to better support learning competition.
The great novelty is the establishment of two slots reserved for padel (discipline of Hispanic origin deriving from tennis, squash and Basque pelota) during the week, as well as the organization of tournaments during the year.
The TCM, with its equipment (three outdoor courts, two indoor courts and two padel courts) and its expertise (including Mikael Gourio, a state graduate and club employee), intends to remain a flagship club in the department, just behind AT Montauban.
“As president of the TCM, I would like to thank Mikael for his unfailing commitment, his exceptional availability and the quality of his services. new projects,” says President Emmanuel Houvenaghel.
The new season, as well as the results of the previous one, will be presented at the general meeting to be held on Monday, October 3 at 7 p.m. at the “Jo” Carabignac stadium.