After a very complicated day for The french team ladies and gentlemen yesterday when of the 2016 team padel world championships in Lisbon, the French have managed to lift their heads by winning all their matches and hope to take 9th place, synonymous with direct qualification for the next team padel world championships.
French people regain confidence in Chile
Among the ladies, against Chile, France was well above on the 3 meetings. Casanova / Clergy won their match by inflicting a 6/0 6/2 to the Chileans. Collombon / Ginier also did a good job passing easily against the Chileans on the score of 6/2 6/3. The match that was ultimately the most complicated to play was certainly that of Godard / Sorel, who played in 3 and played the No. 1 Chilean pair. Serious match on the part of our French to win in 2 sets (6/3 6/2). She should play Belgium, which has just won its first match, or Paraguay, an equally serious opponent.
On the men's side, the surprise pair at the French padel championships, Lapouge / Veber, was driven for the first time in this world. Very positive result since it makes a very good match on the Americans. She wins 6/2 6/1 and takes a serious option on possible future games more complicated to play. In 2, the pair Scatena / Moreau was formed to play against a pair already known to the French: Alcantara / Riveroll. Very mixed match with ups and downs. But in the end, France won with the score of 6/3 2/6 6/4. The match 3, match without stake, will be given by the Americans to France.
Tomorrow, France will face a big hunk because it will probably fight Portugal currently playing against Mexico. But Portugal is the favorite of this part of the table. He is already leading a match at 0 against Mexico. Recall that Portugal had found itself in a terrible group with Brazil and Spain. Tomorrow, France will have to take out the gloves to pass the course and hope to validate its direct ticket for the finals of the next padel world championships.
Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine
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.