After the surprise announcement of Benjamin Tison, it’s someone else’s turn pillar of the French team padel to end his professional career: Jérémy Scatena.
Iconic player of the padel French, authentic, which leaves no one indifferent, the Niçois has returned to his very old career... Once upon a time: Jérémy Scatena.
8 times French champion!
"I started le padel in 2006 thanks to Jean-Noël Grinda and Nalle, who taught me a lot at the start of my career and made me love this sport that would become my life.
At the time, the padel was very underdeveloped, and very quickly, I played for the French team from 2008. From 2009, with Robin Haziza, we were French champions every year, with the exception of 2012 (Haziza/ Ritz), until 2017. We have been vice-European champions in Rome in 2019, a year in which Spain did not participate. Even if nations were not also present in 2015, France was European Champion in the Netherlands in 2015".
A professional career that begins in 2018…
“I started my professional career in 2018 at World Padel Tour from Jaen, which marked the start of my adventure. In 2019, I entered the top 100 of the WPT and in 2022, I finished 67th in the FIP ranking and we won the only bronze medal of the padel French.
Le padel brought me incredible emotions. Throughout my career, these emotions and feelings have been my driving force and my energy, allowing me to go much further than I ever imagined.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people who supported and accompanied me, and who, at certain times, believed in me more than I believed in myself. Thanks to my family, to Damien Langlois, to Nalle, to Jean-Noël Grinda, to my coaches Colo Prado, Nicolas Gavino, Xavi Figols and, of course, Pablo Ayma, as well as to Jean-Michel Pequery for the mental part.
Thank you also to all my partners who allowed me to get there: Robin Haziza, Nicolas Suescun, Marc Bernils, Adriá Mercadal, Benjamin Tison, Johan Bergeron and all the others.”
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.