A few days after the end of the Chile Open, the third tournament of the season, the scheduleA1 Padel experiences a new change of program in May: the French Open will replace the Mexican Open.

Initially scheduled for April 29 to May 5 then from May 13 to 19, the Mexican Open will finally be postponed to the second half of the year at an undetermined date. The tournament will be promoted from the Open category to the Master category.

To avoid leaving a gap in the schedule, the A1 board of directors Padel has decided to maintain a tournament from May 13 to 19. The next tournament on Fabrice Pastor's circuit will therefore be the French Open which will take place at Tennis Padel Sun of Beausoleil.

Registrations are already open on the official A1 website Padel. The previas will normally start on Friday May 10 and the main draw from Monday May 13.

After the French Open, A1's European tour will continue from June 3 to 9 with the Jerez Open, the first of five events planned in Spain this year.

Martin Schmuda

A competitive tennis player, Martin discovered the padel in 2015 in Alsace and appeared in a few tournaments in Paris. Today a journalist, he deals with current affairs padel while continuing its rise in the world of the little yellow ball!