The All In Padel wins this edition of the 2023 Interclubs, confirming their status as big favorites for the title. However, the victory was overshadowed by the injury of Marie-Amélie Dardaine, which abruptly cut the match short.

Match 1 – Bahurel and Sireix one-sided: 1-0 for Tennis Padel Club Palavas (68)

Louise Bahurel and Camille Sireix, representing Palavas, left Anaïse Rivière and Amanda Pestre Grange no chance, winning the match 6/0, 6/1.

In just 33 minutes, they converted 5 of their 6 break points, accumulating 50 points won against 17, a remarkable performance for the Tennis Club Palavas.

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Match 2 – The equalization of Collombon / Martin: 1-1

Alix Collombon and Mélissa Martin, playing for the All In, easily equalized by beating Wendy Barsotti and Elodie Invernon 6/2, 6/2.

The match lasted 1h06, with 5 breaks made and 59 points won against 35.

Match 3 – Marie-Amélie Dardaine’s injury: 2-1 for the All In Padel (126)

The long-awaited and decisive match between Lucile Pothier/Jessica Ginier-Barbier and Marie-Amélie Dardaine/Tiffany Phaysouphanh suddenly ended at 6/4, 1/0 due to the injury of Marie-Amélie, affected by the cruciate ligaments. We wish him a quick recovery.

This victory, although tinged with bitterness, offers the double to the All In, which had clearly displayed its ambitions, thus winning the 2023 Interclub edition.

For third place, it is Stade Toulousain (151), winner of the 2022 edition, which wins against Padelshot Caen (90) with a score of 2-1.

Léa Deutsch

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