This year, padel hexagonal has three world-class tournaments which will welcome the elite of the discipline. Overview.

Premier Padel Bordeaux P2 – June 09/16, 2024

NOVELTY PADEL ARENA Bordeaux Premier Padel 2024

This is the big news of the season, Toulouse will no longer host an international stage. After two successful experiences at the Palais des Sports André-Brouat, the Pink City is one of the collateral victims of World Padel Tour and his disappearance. A brand new event, still in the South-West, is therefore making its appearance… in Bordeaux. And with less than three weeks to go before kick-off, the organization is finalizing the final details: programming, sponsors, trophies, and many others. “Seeing Bela, Coello and Lebron in Bordeaux is a dream come true”, Jean-Thomas Peyrou told us, the co-director of the event, at the end of 2023. Six months later, the Arkéa Arena is preparing for a first edition which promises to be captivating.

Greenweez Paris Premier Padel Major – September 28/October 06, 2024

Greenweez Paris Major celebration end of tournament 2023

Le padel continues to assert itself at Porte d'Auteuil. A true showcase of Premier Padel in France since 2022, the Parisian tournament will return to the Philippe-Chatrier court a little later than usual due to the Olympic Games. After attracting 37 spectators and 000 partners last year, the third Major on the calendar is aiming for another solid success. “The balance is planned to then do like Roland-Garros in tennis: profits which will fuel the padel French », indicated Eric Largeron in our columns. So, who will succeed Arturo Coello/Agustin Tapia and Ariana Sanchez/Paula Josemaria in Île-de-France? Answer this fall.

Cupra FIP Finals Bourg-en-Bresse – December 11/15, 2024

FIP Rise Bourg public

At the beginning of February, the president of the event Alexandre Picquier had already announced the color. “The success of the first edition exceeded our expectations (…). The next step will be an even better and bigger tournament”, he asserted. His work bore fruit since this Tuesday, May 21, the International Federation of Padel officially chose Bourg-en-Bresse to host the Cupra FIP Finals ! The sixteen best male and female pairs of the season will therefore battle in an Ainterexpo park specially transformed for the occasion (1 seats). The event will be broadcast live on television, and will serve as a final rehearsal before the Barcelona “Finals” (December 300-18, 22).

It was through his father that Auxence discovered the padel, one evening in June 2018. Today, he passionately follows the international circuit and teases the pala in his training club, Toulouse Padel Club. You can also find it on La Feuille de Match and, two specialist media on Toulouse Football Club.