It is certainly one of the most famous padel competitions in France: The National Padel Cup. And very good news, the NPC 2020 will take place at Center International du Cap d'Agde next October !

On All Saints' Day, it will be a party!

It's decided, the city of Cap d'Agde is maintaining its two All Saints' Day events this year: the Nautical Show, the Final Phase of the NTC 2020 and the National Padel Cup! Let's go.

Special situation, special measure, places are limited to 1.000, so there are 200 NTC passes to be obtained on our site: www.ntc2020.fr.

Measures specific to the health situation will have to be respected, a precise file will be sent at the beginning of October to each participant (wearing a mask compulsory in the village, limited number of places, activities organized mainly outside, a PCR dated 4 days, etc.).

How to participate ?

You buy your pass on our website. The 2000 passes for the final phase at Cap d'Agde will be on sale at www.nationaltenniscup.fr on 15/06/2020. Places limited by age (1000 NTC passes in total) and by level.
For any inquiries, We're here to answer you.
No qualifying phase in my department?
Sanitary constraints did not allow us to organize the 120 qualifying stages. You must therefore have a pass to participate in the final phase of the 33rd edition of the NTC in Cap d'Agde.
For any inquiries, We're here to answer you.

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It's decided, the city of Cap d'Agde is maintaining its two All Saints' Day events this year: the Nautical Show and the…

Published by NATIONAL TENNIS CUP at Friday 18 September 2020

The National Padel Cup 2020

We will have a format similar to last year.

We will start the week with 2 P100: Ladies and gentlemen. An event that will be for the players of the National Tennis Cup for those who will be in possession of an accompanying pass.

Small evolution: The mixed padel event will be P250 homologated

Then top start of the P500 ladies and gentlemen from Thursday to Saturday!

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.