The prize money (in cash) at the padel tournaments remains at the discretion of the Organizers, subject however to certain rules:
- All announced prizes must be awarded, regardless of the number and ranking of the teams entered, and even if the tournament does not go to completion, in which case the prizes must be shared between the players remaining in the race, taking into account the progress of the painting.
- Any team which, unless excuse recognized valid by the Tournament Committee, does not play their chance until the end of the tournament, therefore loses the right to the prize, provided that this tournament has taken place within the set deadlines by the calendar.
- Any team in which one of the players is recognized as wounded at the end of a game that they have won, whether or not they are replaced for the rest of the tournament, must be awarded the prize they are entitled to made of his victory. The potential substitute team will be awarded, in addition to the price resulting from his defeat, any price difference resulting from any subsequent victories.
- In consolation events or end of intermediate tables, the value of the first prize (cash) must be lower than the last prize of the main event. On the other hand, identical lots can be awarded for an intermediate table and a final table; thus the winner of an intermediate table can receive larger prizes than the quarter finalist of the final table for example.
Price distribution recommended by the FFT
Here is the breakdown of the prices we have recommend, knowing however that the distribution of prize money is determined by the Organizer of the competition.
Note: the classification matches only allow to differentiate the final ranks of the teams in terms of points, but do not in any way make it possible to differentiate the prize money.
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.