The 1th edition of the My Padel Tour at the Toulouse Padel Club was a big tournament where many of the big French pairs clashed. But the strongest this weekend were Jérémy RITZ and Maxime MOREAU, again we should say after their victory at the Padel Club of Mas de Perpignan a few months ago.

In men: 2 semi-finals highly contested

The adventure of Jérémy RITZ and Maxime MOREAU could have stopped at the stage of the semifinal. Despite a first association between JP PELLICIER (Mas Club / Perpignan) and Justin GARNIE (The Spot In / Rennes), they did not go far, especially in the 1er set to doubt the winners of the tournament. Considered perhaps wrong as the outsiders of this game, they sold their skin dearly to finally bow 7 / 6 - 6 / 3.

The pair Jerome FERRANDES / Kevin FOUQUET narrowly imposed 11 / 9 super tie-break against the local Bastien BLANK / Laurent IMBERT after a match of great quality with multiple twists.

The final of a very good intensity saw the victory at the end of the formidable pair Jeremy RITZ / Maxime MOREAU 10 / 6 super tie-break.

Big alert for the champions of France who pass anyway

In the girls no surprises in the semifinals with the presence of 4 players members of the French team Padel

Géraldine SOREL / Virginie PIRONNEAU beat in 2 sets the pair Line MEITES / Carine VIDAL

Laura CLERGUE / Audrey CASANOVA beat in 2 sets also the pair Déborah ALQUIER / Elodie DAMIANO

The final was an excellent level with the 4 players' most fit match of the moment.

The French champions Laura CLERGUE / Audrey CASANOVA have finally had the last word by winning 10 / 8 super tie-break and take their revenge on SOREL and PIRONNEAU who had beaten them in Lyon there is a few weeks.

A good night's rest ... and it goes back to the organization of the next stage at the Hers Club 9 and 10 July!

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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.