French women qualified for Lisbon

They left only crumbs to the other teams. The French women's team, vice-champion of Europe, confirmed their favorite status during these qualifications for the team paddle world championships.

Robin Haziza, the French champion 2015, with this time captain of the women's team, is " proud of the players ».

The team has indeed achieved a very good course in the Netherlands by passing a no-fault against England, Germany and the host country. 0 match conceded, 0 set abandoned and a final match perfectly confirming the huge difference in levels that there was this weekend between France and other nations.

Géraldine Sorel and Sandy Godard, the vicious champions of France, officially validated this accession to the finals thanks to an expeditious victory against the Dutch. (6 / 0 6 / 0)

Line Meites, a pillar of the French paddle team, shows the ambitions of the French team by explaining that " France has all the qualities to finish in the top 5 world ».

Ambition and character, here are the features of this great team and she will need it next November in Lisbon for the finals of the 2016 team padel world championships.

Soon the gentlemen:

From 10 to 12 July in Basel, it will be the turn of the men to validate their ticket for Lisbon. The men's team will unfortunately have a player less and not least, the Toulouse and Alexis Salles experienced.

New clubs:

Tennis club of Pau: 2 semi-indoor padel courts

Tennis club Bagnolais: 1 indoor padel court

Tennis club lorguais: 2 ourdoor padel courts

Interregional Phases of the 2016 France Championships:

The 8 interregional rounds of the French padel championships will be held on 24 and 25 September. All the dates on the regional phases here: https://padelmagazine.fr/calendrier/

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.