A first in France! The Garden announces an unprecedented initiative by organizing 24 hours of tournaments padel non-stop to support the Telethon. This major sporting event aims to mobilize the community around a charitable cause and raise essential funds to support medical research and initiatives for people affected by rare genetic diseases.

The event, entitled “24 Hours Telethon”, will begin Saturday, December 9 at 9 a.m. and end 24 hours later at the Garden. Five tournaments will be on the program, including men's, women's and mixed tournaments. The Garden warmly invites its community of players, the media and partners to join this cause by participating or making direct donations.

Timothée Chevrier, who initiated this event, expresses his enthusiasm for this unique event: “For several months, I have been looking to get involved in an initiative for the Telethon, because my daughter is affected by difficulties of genetic origin.

With Juliette and Vincent Sapène, managers of the Garden, we imagined an event around racket sports and Padel. Conviviality and solidarity will be at the heart of the weekend. A raffle with numerous prizes to be won will collect donations.

We hope for great success for this first edition. And why not extend to other motivated clubs in 2024…”

Timothee Chevrier

From Saturday December 9 at 9 a.m.

The tournament program:

  • P 25 Men: 9 a.m.-13:30 p.m.
  • P 100 Men: 13:30 p.m.-18 p.m.
  • P 250 Men: From 18 p.m.
  • P 250 Women: From 18 p.m.
  • P 250 Mixed: From midnight
Timothee Chevrier