The team of Italy Gentlemen will be once again very complicated to beat for these European Championships Padel 2019. Tamame, Britos and Capitani, World Padel Tour players will be present to wear the Italian colors.

France will position itself as an outsider if it falls on Italy. Even if these 3 players of the World Padel Tour will have to disperse to beat France, the Italian players who play in Italy are a little less strong than our French but remain competitive.

For the moment, Matías Nicoletti, the most Italian of the Argentineans, since he seems to be wearing this flag on the professional circuit, does not seem to want to participate in the European Championships, even if we know he will be present at the event. Open. If Nicoletti, 74e world player, decides to be part of the Italian group, Italy would undoubtedly be the big favorite since it would thus associate 4 World Padel Tour players accustomed previas and main tables forming 2 pairs and thus almost 2 insured points.

You sometimes ask us why the team of Italy is left with Argentine players in their team. We will answer you.

Yes, they are Argentine players, and considered as such on the professional circuit. But like many Argentineans, these players often have dual nationality. Hence the fact that they can play for the Italian team.

In general, given the level in Argentina, these players do not have the opportunity to play for the Argentina team and therefore take advantage of their dual nationality to make these European championships padel.

Germán Tamame: 53e. It will be the highest ranked of the Italian team. Obviously, he will certainly be the most complicated player to take on paper.

Andrés Britos: 76e. A regular of the Italy team. Player that we particularly appreciate even if it will be very dangerous and has already hurt France in the past.

Marcelo Capitani: Currently 330e world player. But it is perhaps one of the most dangerous of the Italian team. Marcelo has been until 2015, a regular at the main charts of the World Padel Tour. Several times quarter-finalists in tournaments World Padel Tour, he is already unfortunately well known to the team of France ....

Recall that for now, we do not know if Spain could come to participate in this big party. It would be the logical favorite of the competition.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.