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We were all weekend at the new padel club in the Poitou-Charentes region: L'Ars-en-Ré.

The Tennis Club Ars-en-Ré has indeed launched into the padel and is therefore the first club in the region to offer outdoor padel after the Sporting Club, which has already since November 2 indoor courts ( Near Poitiers).

The island of Ré has finally its padel field. At the inauguration, most children and adults first learned padel. There was also a demonstration of padel (Directed by France Padel Pro). Conclusion: The next day, despite the rain, some were ready to play all day ...

This sport could very well walk on the island because tennis and beach tennis players are numerous on the island. This new offer is a perfect complement to what already exists.

As Pascal Mussau explains, the manager of the club: "Not only is the padel a sport that will attract new athletes, but for tennis, this field could help improve its tennis volley game for example.. "

There are similarities between tennis and paddle, and Pascal Mussau intends to exploit this new tool during his tennis training.

Joëlle Mussau, the co-manager of the club seems particularly sensitive to this new club that " offers a lot of conviviality in front of the club house ».

The future ? Pascal Mussau is a sportsman who has the competition in him. This former tennis negative intends to ask soon the possibility of hosting the regional padel championships in his club before possibly participate in the inter-regional championships that will certainly take place on the side of Poitiers.

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.