Monday, December 14, 2009
Juan Martin del Potro Dominates at 7th Annual Premios Fox Sports™; Nabs Best Tennis Player and Athlete of the Year Honors
Hosted by Fox Sports on-air personalities Tania Rincón (Lo Mejor de Fox Sports) and German Paoloski (Futbol Para Todos), the star-studded Premios Fox Sportswas telecast live to more than 26 million households in the United States and Latin America and brought together the very best in Latino sports and entertainment.
Ranked fifth in the South African Airways ATP world rankings, 2009 U.S. Open Champion Juan Martín del Potro from Argentina was the evening’s biggest winner. Twenty one year-old del Potro, the youngest player among the top 20 players in the world, was named “Best Tennis Player” and “Athlete of the Year.”
“Premios Fox Sports once again has proven to be the year’s hot ticket,” said Patrick Ilabaca, vice president of event marketing for Fox Pan American Sports LLC. “Thanks to the support of our sponsors, advertisers, partners and our friends from throughout the Fox family, this year’s awards show was our biggest to date. Fox Pan American Sports congratulates this year’s distinguished winners and honorees, and sends a special thank you to the many athletes, entertainers and personalities that helped make the seventh edition of Premios Fox Sports an overwhelming success.”
About Fox Pan American Sports
Fox Pan American Sports LLC, operator of Fox Sports en Español and Fox Sports Latin America, is an international sports programming and production entity jointly owned by HM Capital Partners LLC and News Corporation's (NYSE:NWS) Fox Sports International.
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