The Masters of the FFT PADEL TOUR 2019, women and men, will take place the 11, 12 and 13 October in Marseille.
Each Masters will be played in the form of a knockout table (8 pairs), with ranking matches, and will be promoted as a "P 2000" Tournament.
All matches in the final tables will be played at Escale Borely, in the heart of Marseille, where two ephemeral grounds will be installed for the occasion.
The classification matches will be played in a club whose details will be communicated to you later.
1) Qualified Players (*)
The 16 best players in the FFT PADEL TOUR ranking, at the end of the last stage of the circuit of the current year, are qualified for the Masters. This is an individual ranking and not a pair ranking, since each player may have played stages with different partners. No Wild Card will be given for the FFT Padel Tour Masters.
2) Pair Composition & Registration Deadline
The players make up their own pair, choosing necessarily a partner from the list of 16 qualified players for the Masters. The pairs must register by email, at the address firstname.lastname@example.org, at the latest on Thursday 3 October 2019 at midnight. In the event that two players have not managed to form a pair, the FFT will declare them forfeit and will propose to the players immediately classified after the last qualified player, to integrate the Masters
3) One player package
If a player forfeits (before or after the registration deadline), the player immediately ranked after the last qualified player will enter the competition and replace the defaulting player.
4) Composition of the Table
As with each stage of the FFT Padel Tour, the ranking used will be the Padel FFT Ranking. The table will consist of the placement of the 1 and 2 seeded players at the bottom and top of the table, then place 3 and 4 squares randomly, and then 5 8. (*) to hear per player: player and player
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.