Monte Carlo Padel Master will offer on September 3 and 4 the pre-qualifications which will allow the 22 local couples (17 men and 5 women) to qualify for the finals which will take place in Padel Club de Beausoleil and Monaco;

Prequalification participants come from Europe, Africa and South America (France, Monaco, Sweden, South Africa, Argentina, Italy, Belgium and Germany).

Qualifications at Padel Soleil

All matches will be played in the renovated Club Tennis facilities Padel Sun in Beausoleil.

Organizations of the gentlemen: 17 pairs

monte carlo padel master pre-qualifying men 2016Saturday 3: qualifying rounds and 1er round.
Sunday 4: the four decisive games to determine qualified 4.

Qualified 4 will have to play then against the other qualified Spanish:
Victor Ruiz - Javier Lemons
Alejandro Galán - Juan Cruz Belluati
David Leal - Ricardo Martinez
Ignacio González Gadea - Antonio Luque.

These qualifications will take place directly on Monday 5 September on the central court of the Chapiteau de Fontvieille.

Ladies' Organizations: 5 pairs

monte carlo padel master 2016 pre-qualified womenFive female couples

In the women's category, 5 pairs have registered, including the best French pairs. All the pairs will be played together so that the ranking will be achieved by the system of round robin (all against all)

Each couple will play two games on Saturday and two on Sunday. In case of a tie, the win will be defined by match won, difference of sets and difference of games.

Qualified 4 will then have to play against other qualified Spanish:
Lorena Barbero - Idoia Martin
Lilian Ramos - Aranzazu Osoro
Lara Tena - Cristina Bala
Delfina Brea - Silvana Campus

The match schedules will be published next week. All information on the development of the preliminary stage will be available on social networks, on the Monte-Carlo site. Padel Master and on Monte-Carlo International Sports social networks.

For more information: http://montecarlopadelmaster.com/monte-carlo-padel-master-22-couples-participent-a-letape-preliminary/#sthash.tTqYedBg.dpuf

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.