There will probably be no Alsace tennis league. This is Gilles Moretton's agency and unequivocal place. The president of the French Tennis Federation was in Strasbourg this Tuesday, May 3, 2022 to meet representatives and volunteers from Alsatian golf equipment. For him, the proper degree is the Great East.
A couple of days from Strasbourg women's international tennis tournamentGilles Moretton, President of the French Tennis Federation got here to meet membership representatives and Alsatian volunteers. A 12 months after his election, he made his tour of France to meet “the base“, the robust component of the federation. Alsace is its nineteenth stage.
Beyond taking the pulse of the golf equipment, Gilles Moretton was anticipated on the thorny and recurring query of the exit from the Grand Est, bitterly desired by the Alsatian departmental committees. A sea serpent to which he has twisted his neck: “There is a legislation which has been outlined, which is known as the NOTre law. There is even right here in 2017, an settlement which was handed unanimously with the two Alsatian departments to be half of the Grand Est League.
He provides : “If the government measures were to evolve, we would evolve. There is no reason for us to change things here in Alsace, in the Basque Coast, in Burgundy Franche-Comté, in Haute Savoie or elsewhere”.
Enough to bathe the hopes born of the mixed assist of Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, in February 2022 and Roxana Maracineanu, Minister of Sports a number of months earlier. The French Tennis Federation stays rigid. For the time being.