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.
The Monte Carlo Padel Master has recently evolved. Nito Brea unfortunately left the ship for professional reasons. Other people will come to strengthen the MCPM team. Marina Ballestero, the communication manager answers us.
1) First, who are these people who join the team? Their resume / photos?
Oscar Solé is a journalist who has worked at the World Padel Tour for years; he will now take care of the Communication of Monte-Carlo International Sports. Matías Fernández worked for several years in several padel clubs dealing with social networks and clients; He has been working on Monte-Carlo International Sports networks, Monte-Carlo Padel Master and Fabrice Pastor Cup since this summer.
2) Who will replace Nito?
For now, no one will replace Nito; Gaby Reca collaborates with us on several issues. In any case, all the Monte-Carlo International Sports projects are now launched and in progress. Other people should strengthen the team.
3) Are there other reasons than personal for Nito?
Nito has invested a lot of time and energy in Monte-Carlo International Sports; he also has other professional projects and his family in Argentina, and for the moment he will focus on that.
4) Will you do things differently? If so what and why?
Monte-Carlo International Sports continues with its sponsorship of players, promotion of young players with the Fabrice Pastor Cup, training and promotion of padel at Tennis Padel Soleil and at the Monte-Carlo International Sports Academy in Manolo Santana Sports Center.
Remember that the MCIS will allow the development of a school run by Gaby Reca and his technical team (Manu Martín and Pablo Bernardí). The Monte Carlo Padel Master also has a new agreement with Bullpadel in textiles and sports materials. Of course, we continue to work to promote padel expansion in other countries.