One of the world’s most famous tennis tournaments, The French Open, is scheduled to take place May 21-June 9. The online sunglasses repair store The Sunglass Fix advises spectators and players to bring their best sunglasses.
May 14, 2013 Australia- The excitement of The French Open will unfold once again from May 21-June 9, 2013. Competitors from around the globe will compete. The Sunglass Fix has issued a statement advising attendees to opt for the highest quality sunglasses available.
The French Open is the single largest clay-court tennis event in the world. In 2012, an impressive €18,718,000 in prize money was part of the purse for this historic tennis tournament. This year, The French Open will crown men’s singles champions, men’s doubles champions, women’s singles champions; women’s doubles champions and mixed doubles champions. Returning men’s single champion Rafael Nadal of Spain, who has won the event seven times, is back once more.
Held outdoors under a hot and bright sun, spectators and tennis pros should opt for the best eyewear possible. The fast paced action means that key moments can be lost in an instant. For this reason polarized lenses, such as those manufactured by Arnette, D&G, Prada and Ray-Ban, are quite popular. What are polarized sunglasses? Polarized sunglasses filter out distracting and harsh glare, which is essential when one is playing or watching a fast paced game like tennis.
Quality eyewear means getting the most out of all of one’s outdoor activities whether it is watching or playing sports, driving or any other activity. Striving to get the most out of any high quality sunglasses purchases means opting for Sunglasses Repair if lenses ever become chipped, scratched, cracked or damaged in any way. Company founder Lainie explains, "Selecting sunglasses repair with The Sunglass Fix means saving considerable money, time and effort!"
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