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Land Aid MIPIM Tennis

15th March, Cannes, France. Played in aid of Landaid.

LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic is a competitive round-robin doubles tennis tournament in aid of LandAid. This charitable foundation, supported by the property industry, works to end youth homelessness in the UK.

Now in its third year, the prestigious event will again take place during MIPIM, the world’s premier real estate expo, on the morning of Wednesday 15th March 2017 at Cannes Tennis Club behind the famous Martinez Hotel, a few minutes from the Croisette and Palais.

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