For the second year in a row, the men in white of All In Padel Lyon win the 2023 edition of Interclubs N1.

Match 1 – Serious victory for Nathan and Martin: 1/0

The first point of this meeting is brought by Nathan Courrin and Martin Poirieux. They beat Léo Perez and Alexandre Boilevin 7/6 6/3.

A match which lasted 1h18 with a fairly tight first set. Regarding the statistics of this meeting: 2 breaks won to 1 with 84 points won against 75.

MATCH 2 – Benjamin Tison and Norman Sanchez intractable: 2/0

Again the same ones who gave the title, Norman Sanchez and Benjamin Tison, a good habit for the All In. They beat Matthieu Armagnac and Romain Coirault 6/2, 6/0.

After 48 minutes of play, 5 breaks and 57 points won against 29, the All In is sacred!

“We knew it was going to be hard”

“We are very happy to win this title, that was the objective. When we saw the table when we arrived, we knew it was going to be hard, but we told ourselves we were going to beat the best, and that's what happened. I had confidence in all my players, we knew that the first match was important, Nathan and Martin played a very big match and that gave us confidence.”

In match 2, we were big favorites with Ben and Norman, without disrespect to them. The 4 players did the work and that allows us to not play with Téo and I admit that it's not so bad…” declares Johan Bergeron, the captain of the All In.

A word to Benjamin Tison, after a very trying year, he vibrated like crazy during match 1: “I love everything about teams, I'm a fan of team championships. I love the date, plus at the end of the season, it's great, it ends the year, we're exhausted. I want to congratulate Martin and Nathan who had a big first match to win and they went for it. It's not easy when you're young, Nathan won a big first match with Jo yesterday otherwise we're out. And congratulations to the whole team, we have Thomas who didn't play, but who has been with us from the start. I'm very happy to be here, we have a great team, a great group and I hope we will go for the double with the girls.”

For third place, it's Big Padel (124) which imposes itself in the face of Padel Horizon (919).

Léa Deutsch

Passionate about Padel since 2018 with numerous experiences in communication and content creation, I want to share my passion with you through my writings.