All this weekend are 88 pairs in total who faced the Toulouse Padel Club making this 8th stage Padel Infinity Tour the largest padel tournament ever recorded so far on a weekend.

To get out of this very tough tournament, you had to be strong and physical. 3 days of high intensity tournaments.

Mai Vo and Line Meites: One last for the road

Here is a pair that will stop playing together as she finishes on a nice win at Toulouse Padel Club.

Throughout the weekend, they were above the fray.

In the final, Carine Vidal and Léonie Guillot could do nothing despite a very interesting win in the semi-final against Sandra Dalain / Emmelien Lambregts won 7 / 5.

The video of the final soon on the Youtube channel.

Blanqué / Imbert at 1 point of defeat

What a finale! The men's stage brought together 32 teams from all over France. After the suspense, Laurent Imbert and Bastien Blanqué win an unexpected final against a pair that we hear a lot about future Erwan Nicol / Pablo Tellier. (4-6 6-4 11-9)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53wxAv19dko

Deborah Alquier and Nicolas Trancart to the end.

The pair Alquier / Trancart will have given everything to achieve his goals. In front of her, Mai Vo and Frédéric Misset regulars of the finals in mixed category.

First observation on this final, the only pairs that will propose a team with a man on the right and a woman on the left will be the ones we will find in the final.

The other observation is not because you are not part of the top French men that you can not play very well and beat pairs on paper rather favorites. Obviously, men are very far from being "penguins" ...

In the final, the most balanced pairs were the furthest in this competition.

Despite the loss of the first set, Déborah Alquier / Nicolas Trancart will have in 3 sets of Mai Vo / Frédéric Misset on the score of 5-7 6-4 11-9.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRMT_OGSRCA

More generally, this stage will certainly remain in the memories of the players. Quality, quantity at the same time as this grand inauguration of the Toulouse Padel Club. Hard to beat.

Franck Binisti / Emmanuel Tecles - Padel Magazine

Franck Binisti

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.