Monte-Carlo International Sports will not organize the Monte-Carlo Padel Padel in 2017.

Following two editions and having pioneered the introduction of the professional paddle in the Principality of Monaco, headquarters of major sporting events around the world, the Monte-Carlo Padel Master will not be organized in 2017, without implying that this Master in Monegasque lands disappears forever

This tournament, organized by Monte-Carlo International Sports, has provided the professional padel with more quality, both in the treatment of players as for approaching international companies, such as Cartier, who has designed an exclusive trophy for the event .

Since its creation, the main objective of Monte-Carlo International Sports is to promote the development of the padel in the world and to contribute to the players getting involved in their process of professionalisation. An example of this strategic line is the organization of the Fabrice Pastor Cup, a circuit that currently consists of three tournaments in South America (in Chile, Argentina and Brazil) and that this year celebrates its third edition, with the the idea of ​​continuing to develop in other countries, also in Europe.

The Fabrice Pastor Cup, reinforced with the support of the World Padel Tour, will again this year award the "wild card" to the winners of each tournament, which will allow them to participate in a stage of the professional circuit this season. In the same way, the organization works so that the players can obtain points in these tournaments, valid in the classification World Padel Tour, which will place these tournaments in the professional circuit of the padel.

In addition to supporting the great promises of sport, Monte-Carlo International Sports has this year formed a higher level team with the incorporation of the three best players in the world rankings: Fernando Belasteguin, Pablo Lima and Paquito Navarro.

Similarly, Monte-Carlo International Sports has partnered this year with the Spanish club Navarra Arena Entrena Padel to form a women's team and a men's team, with which to try to conquer the 2017 Team Spain Championship.

In the end, the company continues to work on various projects related to the padel, aimed at sports facilities, schools and events.

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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.