We have already talked about that, the Inclusive Padel Tour stands out for its commitment to inclusiveness and diversity in the world of padel, attracting players from different backgrounds and levels. All teams are made up of one person with a disability and another “able-bodied” person. Players may be in a wheelchair or have a limb disability (leg, arm, hand).

After Barcelona, ​​the French Lorie Pelan and Marianne Vandaele won the Rome stage. They tell us.

Lorie : “For me, being able to play this type of tournament abroad, accompanied by Marianne, is really an opportunity and a chance. We had the honor of playing on the central in Rome, it was magnificent! It will remain engraved in our minds forever. It was grandiose, it was incredible. It was the best tournament of my life!”

Marianne : “The Inclusive Padel Tour has become an important circuit for me. It’s so rich humanly, emotionally and of course, “padelistically”. We leave Rome with the victory of the tournament, but much more than that. The kindness and sharing between people of all nationalities is incredible. I have rarely experienced this! And the icing on the cake: for the final, playing on the Central court of the Foro Italico on the day of the Major finals Premier Padel, it was extraordinary ! I am truly honored to share and experience this circuit with Lorie. I realize that I am very lucky.”

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