The French championships of padel 2017 are evolving compared to last year. There will therefore no longer be 3 phases, but 4 phases: The departmental, regional, interregional phase and finally the final phase of the French championships of padel.

(Extract from the guide of the padel competition)

Description of the phases

The Padel 2017 French Championships include 4 phases:

  • Departmental championships organized by the Committees, and qualifiers for the Regional Championship
  • Regional leagues organized by the Leagues, qualifiers for an interregional phase
  • Interregional phases regrouping 3 or 4 Leagues
  • The final phase

The 2017 calendar of the interregional and final phases, as well as the places of organization, have not yet been determined.

The Leagues will have until Sunday 16 July to organize their regional championship. Please contact your league for details.

Each regional championship may qualify 2 men's teams and 2 women's teams for the interregional phase.

Each interregional phase will qualify 2 men's teams and 2 women's teams for the finals.

The final phase of the French Championships will bring together 16 women's teams and 16 men's teams.

Categories of the different phases

Departmental Championships organized by the Committees are considered P100.


The Regional Championships organized by the Leagues, are assimilated to P500. .

Mandatory 2 format for semi-finals and final. ((2 winning sets / no ad / Super tie)


The interregional phases of the French Championships are considered as P1000.

2 format for all matches (2 winning sets / no ad / Super tie)


The final phase of the French Championships is considered a P2000, (P1000 with a coefficient 2) for the points distributed.

Only test in this case in France.

2 format for all games, except for the 1 final (ie, the traditional format)

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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.