The tournaments of the International Federation of Padel take place all year round and around the world. A success that allows many competitors to start quietly in the points race with in particular this opportunity to obtain some points of the professional circuit, the World Padel Tour.

Indeed the FIP and the WPT have set up a unified classification which allows players to have visibility on their international ranking.

11 days before the FIP RISE of Canet-en-Rousillon, 1st FIP ​​tournament of the year in France, which will bring together the best French players but also international players, at the Théâtre de la Mer, we wanted to understand the registration procedure. Can anyone participate?

Where to register?

If an event is part of the FIP Tour, go to this link which will allow you to register:

Watch out for small mistakes:

  • Put the name of the competition correctly. In this case, if it is a FIP Rise d'Angers or FIP Rise VILLE DE CANET
  • Have the license of the country in which you are. If this is not the case, it is necessary to approach the FIP.
  • If you have FIP - WPT points, put them. Important to perhaps allow you to obtain a protected ranking.


Can anyone participate?

All players can participate in a tournament organized by the FIP. the FIP Tour is aimed at everyone except the best players in the world according to the categories.

For a FIP Gold, the best 16 players of the FIP / WPT ranking are excluded.

For a FIP Star, the 35 best players and 24 best players are excluded.

For a FIP Rise, the top 45 and top 30 cannot participate.

Finally, for a FIP Promotion, the world top 70 ladies and gentlemen cannot participate in this competition which is mainly aimed at players who most often land in international competition and who want to test themselves against other international players and try to earn some points!

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.