In the Yvelines, it moves too! The US Pecq Tennis has just installed 2 padel courts after a real obstacle course for the club and thus becomes the first municipal tennis club in Yvelines to have padel facilities.
Even if the Yvelines league has recently distinguished itself by letting slip the reception of the interregional phases of the French padel championships in Padel Club de Bois d'Arcy, padel projects are growing in the Yvelines and that's good!
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An inauguration under the sun and full tracks!
For the inauguration of these padel courts, everyone was present to start with Laurence Bernard, Mayor of Pecq and tennis player. The Mayor has tried the padel with agility and officially allowed to launch the padel in his town.
Also present were Norbert Rampolla, President of the Yvelines Tennis League, Christian Cienka, President of US Pecq, and of course Catherine Lefebvre, President of US Pecq Tennis, architect with his son Mathias for the development of this project padel in the tennis club.
"Pride after an obstacle course to achieve this result"Explains Catherine Lefebvre who will initiate this project early 2015. "But the club and especially the town hall trusted us to highlight the sport more and more fashionable that perfectly complements our sporting activities within the US Pecq"
A success such that it will be necessary to wait 20h30 for this inaugural day to end. "A big thank you also to the Kaktus team Padel and France Padel Pro for having offered us a beautiful show and for having introduced all the participants / players during this inauguration"
"We plan to train our teachers and allow them in turn to teach this sport". All this will be organized in the coming months.
On the commercial part, an annual fee of 200 € to 250 € is planned to play unlimited on the grounds.
The club on video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwO8RKPNsfQ
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.