Padel 2016 World Championship: Switzerland plays qualification, 9 and 10 July in Basel / Frenkendorf

The men of the Swiss national team will play the weekend of 9 and 10 July to try to qualify for the 2016 World Championship. The decisive meetings will take place at the Swiss Mega Park in Frenkendorf / Basel. The Swiss team has a golden opportunity to get their ticket to Lisbon in home games. Their opponents are Monaco, France and Austria.

With this qualifying phase the Mega Park is waiting for first-class padel matches in Frenkendorf / Basel. All participants were chosen by their national associations and are the elite of their country. For Switzerland, this stage is obviously the most important event of this spectacular new sport. The event will be organized by the Swiss Padel Association. If you want, you can come and encourage us at no cost, the entrance will be free.

The players will compete on the weekend of 9 and 10 July to try their luck to qualify for the Padel 2016 World Championship in Lisbon. This would mean for the Swiss national team a fifth participation after taking part in the World Championships in Canada (2008), Mexico (2010 and 2012) and Spain (2014). The players who played last year 's European Championship will meet and show you that the high - level paddle is an amazing and spectacular sport.

Workouts will start on Friday afternoon. The tee shot for the qualifiers will be on Saturday 9 July at 10 hours. In each round, three games will take place. The second round will take place on Saturday at 16h. The third and final round will take place Sunday at 10 hours. The final program of the event will be published on the website of the Swiss Association of Padel in a few days on: www.swisspadel.ch .

To know more:

Author: Claudia Bräm, Vice President SPA: claudia@swisspadel.ch

Padel 2016 World Championship

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.