It was written that the last South American stage would not go well. The Santiago Premier Padel P1 in Chile only starts today. And this is already very good news for the competition.

The excuses of Premier Padel

The press release Premier Padel :

“Following yesterday's announcement, the following adjustments have been made to the order of play of Premier Padel Chile:

As announced yesterday, the qualifying phases have been delayed by one day and will begin today (Monday May 27).

Additionally, the rest of the tournament schedule will also be shifted by one day, and the finals will take place on Monday, June 3, which, as with all tournaments, is reserved as a contingency day.

These adjustments were made after consultation with the PPA and IPPA, and are necessary due to an unfortunate delay in the installation of some track infrastructure by the local developer. We sincerely thank the PPA, IPPA, and all players for their understanding and patience with this unforeseen delay from the local promoter.

Premier Padel fully supports our local promoter in Chile, a tour partner. Delivery issues occasionally arise in all sporting events, and we hope the tournament will be a success.”

communicated premier padel chili

Definition of “contiguous day”

The phrase “as with all tournaments, is reserved as a contingency day” means that the day mentioned (in this case, Monday June 3) is scheduled as a reserve or backup day. In other words, this day is intended to be used in the event of delays or unforeseen problems that would prevent the tournament from being completed in the originally scheduled time. This helps ensure that the tournament can be completed even if adjustments or postponements are necessary.

A lead delivery problem

Premier Padel explains that this is therefore a problem with the delivery of tracks of padel. Bottom line, a day late. This doesn't seem so serious, especially since the cancellation of the tournament was on the table for a while.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.