John Le Gall, captain of Casa team 1 Padel and Club Director looks back on his club's victory in these National 2 Eastern Conference interclubs.
"Home Padel, a team that showed strength”
"Home Padel was not necessarily the favorite, because all the teams were homogeneous. We had to deal with the variety of levels within the teams. We had the chance to count on players who were not necessarily up to their initial ranking, which allowed us to make the compositions more flexible.
In the end, it was perhaps the team that seemed the least balanced on paper that won the interclubs. This therefore demonstrates one thing: our team was ultimately competitive, as evidenced by this victory.
However, we know very well that in Nationale 1, this may not be enough and that we will have to strengthen our squad.”
"Home Padel will be even stronger”
We can already announce that next year's team will be stronger. It should be remembered, however, that Casa Padel was not at full strength, because Laurent Montoisy, one of the best Belgian players, was absent.
It is also possible that other players of Spanish or Argentinian nationality will join us for the 2023/2024 “Mystery” season.
The first title in the history of Casa Padel
This title is the first in the history of Casa Padel, and I'm happy to have been able to bring back this cup. As one of the biggest clubs in France, we now have a place that meets our expectations and we are proud to be one of the best clubs in France.
Finally, Casa Padel now occupies its rightful place. Now we will strive to aim for the title of Champion of France. We will take the time to build a strong team to achieve this goal.
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.