Last Sunday, the sports association Tennis Le Luc (83) proposed a big day of padel to continue the development of the padel in his club.

conca sport padel club lucThe tennis and paddle club has put the dishes in the big with the presence of Robin HAZIZA, the French champion padel 2015 and European champion team and Eric Poinsignon, President of Conca Sport.

1 / The morning was reserved for 2 BE of the club (clinic).

This day was a little icing on the cake for club members.

After a big week of paddle organized by Cédric Carité de Padel Tennis Academy, the BEs were able to obtain a certificate "Padel Tennis Academy" allowing them to teach the padel more easily to the players of the club.

The morning was reserved for a demonstration with the club 2 BE. This demo was done with Robin Haziza, the champion of France, present all day to promote the padel within the club.

Many tennis players have discovered this sport for free all day. The club is already announcing other open days to promote the padel in its club with the help of its 2 BE.

2 / Potential and envy

From now on with the 2 BE and the training done with Cédric Carité. The club seems to be arming to achieve its goals: Put other padel pitches in the coming 2 years. Recall that Valérie Schneller, president of ASTL, explained to us that "The goal is to have as many players as possible to show that this sport deserves to have more than one pitch in our club. Appointment in 1 or 2 years to see if the bet is won. "

Finally, Eric Poinsignon (CONCA SPORT) and his Spanish partner MANZASPORT, note a boom padel in Europe and beyond "since after installing courts in Spain, Italy, Belgium, Dubai, Portugal, Greece, USA, we will contribute to padel development in Germany, Romania and Senegal. »

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Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.