The Beausoleil Club, Tennis Padel Soleil will be the center of the padel world on Thursday 20 APRIL 2017: Official presentation of the Padel Soleil Tennis Club with the presence of the best padel world players.
The best players in the world at Beausoleil
The players of the Monte-Carlo International Sports team (Fernando Belasteguin, Pablo Lima, Paquito Navarro, Alejandra Salazar, Marta Marrero), and many personalities from the world of sports will offer all-day clinics, exhibitions, etc.
Monte-Carlo International Sports is one of the promoters of this new sports project.
Located in a privileged setting on the outskirts of Monaco, in the heart of the Park of Devens, Padel Soleil Tennis Club has 5 padel courts including 2 covered, as well as eight tennis courts and magnificent facilities for the practice of other sports (fitness, football and playground).
This historic club, based in Beausoleil, also has a clubhouse, a bar, a sports shop, a children's area, and a restaurant opening onto a large terrace with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.
A program of sporting activities is planned for the 20 April 2017.
A huge surprise?
Christian Collange, the manager of the club hopes to be able to count on "a special guest". But as long as it is not confirmed ... Not a word! On the other hand, 2 players who participate in the ATP tournament of Monte Carlo will be present, it is almost a certainty.
There will be Thomas Johansson, the former Swedish tennis player who had recently distinguished himself with his friend Thomas Enqvist at the P1000 at the Aix Country Club. Ivan Ljubičić, the Croatian and current coach of Roger Federer, former world No. 3, Gerard Piqué the football player from Barcelona, and the inevitable Didier Deschamps, padel player and sponsor of Tennis Padel Soleil club.
10h30-12h30: The best players games in the world
14h30-16h00: Master Class and Clinics
16h00-17h30: VIP matches
17h30-18h30: matches of the best players in the world
19h00: inauguration ceremony
Tennis Padel Soleil
Avenue des Combattants in North Africa
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.