La 2st Padel Infinity Tour's stage was held at the Toulouse Padel Club gathering 64 teams the 19 and 20 last November. No fewer than 5 categories were represented with many pairs from all walks of life. Toulouse, Perpignan, Aix, Nice, Poitiers, Bordeaux, Lourdes, Pau, Clermont-Ferrand had met in a weekend. Once again prove the success of the Padel Infinity Tour, the 1er Circuit Amateur of France.


Associated together in Mixed, Marianne Vandaele and Baptiste Poey won the victory at the end of the night on Marylin Lafouresse and Mathieu Gaston Bigata. The experience and power of the winners allowed them to break away quickly in this final.

The Women's Initiation category (only Women's category) saw the victory of Laure Cabrol and Anais Divol over Carole Robert and Caroline Sarajo. Beautiful 1ages victory which will surely call for others!

In Men's Initiation, the favorite Argentinian-Castres pair Ricardo De Alzaa and Patrice Terrats have almost won but the formidable Laurent Adouin and Sebastien Amielet have released their finest padel to emerge victorious in a game very hooked on the score of 9 / 6

The most numerous category, saw the victory of Christophe Semmartin and Florian Gonzalez over Anthony Pintenat and Christophe Martin (no it is not the same players) on the score of 6/4 7/5 after the 2 pairs are played many matches throughout the weekend. Certainly two pairs that we will review in the final stages of the advanced tables of future tournaments.

Finally the Advanced category, undermined the established hierarchy ... Favorites Bastien Blanqué and Nicolas Trancart trembled in the final against the Poitou pair Alexandre Leruste and Baptiste Poey, seeded number 2 but won the super tie-break on the very tight score of 4/6 7/5 10/4. Very nice show!

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And as its creator says so well: Viva el padel !!

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.