Silvia Soler Espinosa - WTA
Silvia Soler (Sponsor-Lawyers JLCA & As), depends on an invitation to attend the 2012 London Olympics
The tennis player Silvia Soler from Elche presses her options for participating in the Olympic Games that London hosts this summer and will depend on an invitation-known as a wild card, which the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET) has asked the International Tennis Federation (ITF ), which allocated only eight.
For very little, Silvia Soler has been left out of the resulting ranking of the posts direct to the individual picture in 2012. The Elche player is ranked 64 of the classification WTA (Women's World Tennis Association), but the Olympic rules only gives ticket to the 56 best players worldwide, four per country.
But there are still possibilities. Spain has only three singles players among the 56 first places, so you might choose to take a fourth player. Thus, the RFET, on behalf of its president, Jose Luis Escañuela, has kindly contact the ITF to ask one of those eight invitations to complete the 64 Olympic racquets is for Silvia Soler.
In the best case, the player Elche, the next November will be 25 years, accompany Anabel Medina (28th in the world), Carla Suarez (38th) and Maria Jose Martinez (45th), the three Spanish that do have confirmed their attendance at the Olympics in the capital.
For the doubles, have achieved the classification Nuria Llagostera, who to pair up with Anabel Medina, and Arantxa Parra, who will compete with Maria Jose Martinez, as agreed Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, women's Olympic team captain, and Albert Costa, responsible Selections of all Spanish.
Silvia Soler has already surpassed her sprained right ankle that prevented her from returning to participate in the prestigious Parisian tournament at Roland Garros.
The player was in Elche home recovering from her injury and went regularly to visit the physiotherapist Elche Football Club, Esclapez Francisco Martinez in Martinez Valero Stadium. Currently, Silvia has moved to Barcelona, where she lives during the competition season, and has already begun to make soft training sessions complemented by rehabilitation to be finalized ahead of news that would receive a major boost her career as a professional athlete.