Eduardo Sanchez dedicates first public tennis courts located in Tecate, Mexico.
Tecate-San Diego resident, Eduardo I. Sanchez, dedicated the first two public tennis courts ever constructed for use by the citizens of Tecate, Mexico, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sunday, June 6, 2004, at 10:00 am., at the Eufrasio Santana sports complex. The mayor of Tecate, Juan Vargas Rodriguez, assisted in the proceedings. Sanchez, who initiated the tennis court construction project from inception three years prior, formally dedicated and opened the tennis center for use by Tecate youth and citizens, in the memory of his late son, Sean Eduardo Sanchez. Sanchez played the first ball with his three-year old daughter, Siana Raquel, in remembrance of Sean, for which the Sean Eduardo Sanchez (SES) Tennis Center is named after.
" I want the spirit . . .
…of my son to watch over all other children who play here to enjoy these tennis courts in his name. “
Eduardo I. SanchezSES Tennis Center Founder
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