The weekend of 7, 8 and 9 June took place at TC Marseille the 3th regional stage south of the National League of Padel.
Taking advantage of the international women's tennis tournament, Sandra and Jean Marc DALAIN, the leaders of the padel section of the TCM, have appropriately chosen this date to host their stage of the circuit of the LNP.
The welcome of Sandra and Jean Marc did not fail in its reputation, and the friendly atmosphere did not affect the quality of the parties. The many pairs of the PACA region coming from many horizons (Set Club, St Cyr sur Mer, Cassis, TCM, Padel Marseille, Lyon) were able to test themselves against Perpignan and Toulouse.
All this gave 16 teams fighting, 3 hens 4 teams plus 4 seeded. From the pool matches, several games were hung, including the match between Aurélien Grandmont - Jean-Loup Chabaud and Charles Dragon - Kevin Rous and the opponent between Laurens Régis - Tolisano Olivier and Remy Beuzeboc - Clément Arico.
Note the big performance of the pair consisting of Olivier CAYLA and Jean Marc DALAIN who reached the semi-finals. All participants were unanimous in declaring Jean Marc as the revelation of the tournament. His progress, his constancy and his combativity have jumped in the eyes of everyone.
The other semi-final pitted Pascal and Alain de Perpignan against Manu and Laurent de Toulouse. Victory in the difficulty in 3 sets Laurent and Manu. But it was a rebounding match because the winners had lost the first set and the 2e set looked very complicated, and there were many in the audience who thought they would not make it. Pascal and Alain showed that we should count on them for the next steps.
Under a blazing sun, the pair CARITE / SALES once again showed that the "old" had not lost their superb, beating in a one-way match the pair IMBERT / TECLES.
See you at the next stage of the LNP that will take place in July at the Mas Club in Perpignan.
Clément Forget - Padel Magazine
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.