The International Padel Federation (FIP) gathered several national coaches this Saturday during a round table to better understand the preparation of the teams.

They were 5 ex-national coaches to be part of this round table organized by the FIP and chaired by its representative Queco Catalan de la Iglesia. A meeting that allowed enthusiasts to better understand how the preparation of a national team is done, the choice of players and how to approach an international competition.

Patrick Fouquet represented France, Jon García-Ariño Spain, Nito Brea Argentina, Beto Ferreira Brazil and Diego Miller Uruguay. Coaches who for the most part knew the beginnings of competitions at world level, knew their evolution and especially the evolution of padel and its game.

Each in turn, these padel players shared their experiences, in Spanish, in a round table lasting more than an hour. Below you can relive this moment when each of the selectors explains his strategy to lead his players to the top.

Julien Bondia

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