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Kids Day at ATP Los Cabos

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Almost 300 kids enjoyed  time with top players Manuel Sanchez and Treat Huey at ATP Los Cabos...

Abierto de Tenis Los Cabos is not just for the players. Or for the fans. 

It's also for Cabo's children. Many of whom would never get a chance at a sport like tennis if there wasn’t some good will built into the fabric of this tournament. And this good will came from the sponsors, the players, and some local kids charities.

Three of Cabo’s child-related charities (CRIT, DIF, Los Cabos Children Foundation) got together a whole bunch of kids, including some with disabilities, and brought them along to ATP Los Cabos on Wednesday morning.

On arrival, the kids got a welcome kit including cool t-shirts, caps, glasses and rackets. For the warm-up session they got to run around and dance with the players. Before heading to the centre court to hit some serious balls..

Manuel and Treat were absolutely great with the kids – doing tennis, autographs and photos. Geoffrey Fernandez, tournament Director, and a couple of other players, also took part.

Both the kids and the players had a blast  - it was a real opportunity for both.

“These kind of events are truly motivating for the kids. I am really happy to be part of this and share my time with them. I remember myself as a kid having a big dream, looking up to the professional tennis players. I think that I can be helpful for them, they can follow a role model from their own country”, said Manuel Sanchez, a top Mexican player.

“I was really touched by the kids with disabilities, despite their restrictions they were motivated and very happy. I made them smile, and for me that’s the least I could do”.

Big sporting events like these don’t just benefit Cabo’s tourist industry. They can really help Cabo’s kids too.

If you are lucky enough to be in town for the ATP, of for any other reason, why not go help out, meet some of these kids, or even give a small donation. Check with your hotel or resort - some have things set up. Like Cabo Villas and Hacienda del Mar  - both are involved in the "dollar a day program".

Check out these great pics of the kids...

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