The 32-strong field for the LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic 2018 is beginning to take shape.
The annual event will be staged on Wednesday March 14th at the prestigious Cannes Tennis Club, offering property professionals a chance to take some time off from the conference centre, while raising plenty of money for a great cause.
This year the event will be run as a doubles competition and there are still plenty of spaces left for teams of two to take part for just £1,000.
Fifteen hardy competitors are already signed up, including event co-founders Anthony Tokatly from JPW Real Estate, James Lugg of Folio UK, Martin Skinner of Inspired Homes and Anthony Lorenz of The Lorenz Consultancy.
Entrepreneur Martin Skinner, a London property expert who regularly appears on television and radio, and Craig Marks, the CEO of Menta, are two others committed to showing their on-court prowess.
Amy Hope-Smith is a regular at the event, signing up once again having featured in every tournament to date.
Neil Bethell, founder of at-height property and cleaning company High Access, has lofty ambitions to claim the trophy with a powerful serve and solid forehand.
While Stephen Hutt, a member of The Queen’s Club for 25 years, and Paul Noall, who played on the hallowed grass courts at Wimbledon in his youth, should be used to the grand surroundings.
Joanna Shear, of Loft Interiors, James Armstrong, Simon Osborne, Lucy Arthur and Randa Khayyat are also signed up.
Now is the time to join them, a single entry is just £500 and it’s £1,000 to enter your team of two – click here to book your spot.