Padel Magazine - Argentina's world champion team padel!

Everyone saw Argentina win, and the prognosticators were right. Spain seemed a little weaker than this very complete Argentine team.

In the pool phase already the Argentinian team had logically arch-dominated the debates by not losing any set. Argentina has left only a few games to the opposing teams.

Note, however, a brave Italian team that managed to get out 2e chickens in front of Portugal and especially Germany, which seemed a little technically ahead.

In Pool B, the Dutch finished last in their pool, behind Spain and Brazil, of course, but also behind the Americans.

In Pool C, it was the Belgians who narrowly missed out on the hen with, in particular, very close matches against Mexico. Laurent Montoisy and Gerald Moretti lost to opportunistic Mexicans (6 / 7 6 / 7). It was Nicolas Pierre Sinia and Jérémy Gala who also missed the victory by winning the 1er set (6 / 4 2 / 6 1 / 6). The pair Christophe Rochus / Alec PaulWitmer could not do anything.

In Pool D, Sweden did not miss 2e out of the pool against Uruguay. The Swiss came out last in the pool. (The Chilean 1ère)

More generally speaking, if Spanish-speaking teams are still far ahead of other countries, observers see a marked development of the padel in all other countries. Competition is likely to be much greater in the coming years.

Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine

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.