This weekend, Padel Attitude / Pad In was proposing a big homologated padel tournament composed of 25 pairs from all over northern France. The Laval players had been present with the 4e 2015 at the French championships: Simon Boissé and Sam Devrand (Sport In Park), Parisian players also came especially including Sebastien Ruiz (The Padel Club de Bois d ' Arcy). The Rennes player Justin Garnier (Spot In) associated with Aymeric Meslin.
The local pair Romanowski / Dulion 6e arrival at the championships of France seemed the best armed to block the road to the seeded No. 1 tournament and win the tournament. But without any surprise and with a lot of seriousness, Devrand / Boissé wins this tournament.
Large gaps in the hen phase
No real surprises in the pool phase since all seeded easily won their matches. We could see the differences that could be in the hens. Probably in the medium term, there will be categories of tournaments like in Spain to avoid having so important differences.
Devrand / Boissé and Romanowski / Dulion over the fray
From the quarter-finals, the matches are balanced and things start for the big pairs. Finally almost for all, since the seed 1 ° tournament will inflict a severe 9 / 0 to the local pair Plisson / Leconte.
On the other hand, the pair Garnier / Meslin managed the feat of saving several balls of matches during the tie-break at 8 everywhere against the other local pair Fievet / Destombes. Definitely THE game of the day.
Logically, and even if the course was still not easy, especially in the semifinals, the best pairs on paper are in the final.
The match is complicated for the pair coming from Valencienne and representing the colors of the club. Quickly conducted 3 / 1, it takes a lot of energy to Romanowski / Dulion to break. Problem: Boisse / Dervrand does not pray to rebreak in the wake and lead 7 / 5. Despite some moves to try to pick up, the French No. 4 won the Open Padel Attitude / Pad In.
Franck Binisti - 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.