It was written, the child of the country, Dorian deMeyer, has a lucky star. He will play well the first edition of Betclic Bordeaux Premier Padel at the Arkea Arena.

In this superb enclosure, another Frenchman will thus set foot on the central track: the 270th player in the world, who has had a complicated start to the season, will finally be able to breathe and enjoy the greatest gift of all with participation in one of the most beautiful competitions in the world in Bordeaux.

This participation will be with a player from the world top 100, known in France for having recently played at the P2000 in PadelShot Caen alongside Benjamin Grué: Miguel González.

The 95th player in the world was to play in Bordeaux with the Swede Daniel Appelgren, who was injured.

Premier Padel accepted this Franco-Spanish association. De Meyer/Gonzalez should play this Sunday, a pair that you can follow live on Padel Magazine TV.

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Dorian de Meyer to our microphones: “Moved, it was totally unexpected.

It was important to me to be able to participate in this tournament because it is organized by Jean-Thomas Peyrou, whom I have known since I was 15, in Bordeaux, and at home.

I can at least say that I participated in the first edition of a tournament which will continue to evolve in the years to come.

It's my birthday this Wednesday, so I see it as a nice birthday present for myself.

(Special mention to Ben Grué, without whom I could never have had this opportunity, a huge thank you.)”

Franck Binisti

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.