After this magnificent Italy Major, all eyes are now turning to Spain, for the FIP Gold Valladolid, where a certain Arturo Coello. This is the very first FIP ​​Gold of the season, with 125 points up for grabs for the ranking!

Several Top 50 players decided to make the trip, promising a great show in this tournament! Side Frenchies, nine tricolors will be present on the tracks, from qualifying.

Six Frenchmen attack Spain

Six French players will participate in this first FIP ​​Gold. Thomas Leygue, associated with Ramiro Jesus Velenzuela, will be directly present in the main draw, at the 26th place (i.e. last team that can qualify directly).

We will find five other tricolors in the qualifications, starting with Bastien Blanqué et Dylan Guichard, who will be seeded 1 in these previas and who therefore have every chance on their side to reach the main draw!

Maxime Joris et Thomas Vanbauce They will also be there! After a very good tournament at FIP ​​Rise Cordenons, the Bordelais will try to join the final table of this FIP Gold Valladolid.

Finally, Philemon Raichman is the last Frenchman in these qualifications. He will start this tournament alongside Belgian François Azzola (322), finalist of the FIP Promotion Zetrud Lumay which took place this week!

Two French women in the main draw, one in the previas

On the feminine side, Alix Collombon will also be present in Spain alongside her partner Julieta Bidahorria. The Franco-Argentinian pair will be seeded 6 in this tournament!

As she announced on Canal+ yesterday, Léa Godallier will also participate in this FIP Gold Valladolid, associated with her new teammate Giorgia Marchetti. Both will form the 18th pair in the rankings for this tournament.

Last Frenchwoman, who will participate in the qualifications for the final table: Camille Sireix. The brand new selected for the French team will try to join the main draw of this tournament alongside Carla Pozuelo Salamanca (190).

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.