Large tray P1000 from Cap d'Agde, including 2 matches that you were able to follow live with Antoine Serres.

Live matches

  • Match 1: Boutier / Ferrara vs Wagner / Le Panse

Simon Wagner and Loic le Panse qualify for the semi-finals of the P1000 of Cap d'Agde without forcing. Mastering their quarter-final from start to finish, the number 2 seed was never broken during this match, proof of their consistency and their level. The local Nicolas Boutier and his partner, Vincent Ferrara, may regret not having tried to win the match. They perhaps lacked a little aggressiveness to put the number 2 seed in doubt. Final score: 6/3-6/4.

  • Match 2: Hugounencq / Joris vs Seux / Durand

The number 1 seed is there for the semi-finals. A statistic to sum up this match: 7 break points saved. The match could have been completely different if Maxime Joris and Arthur Hugounencq had not saved 7 break points or if Thomas Seux and Valentin Durand had converted their break points! Extremely solid in crucial moments (4 gold points won out of 5) and very strong on the track, setting the tempo throughout the match, the number 1 seed qualified for the semi-finals without trembling.

Main board

Tomorrow, the semi-finals could be changed. Indeed, for technical reasons in the club, the matches may be relocated. We will tell you more. The semi-finals should take place around 10 a.m., as always on Padel Magazine TV.

At the top of the table, no surprises with the 2nd seed, Wagner / Le Panse who will play against the 4th seed, Gourre / Sanchez. At the bottom of the table, seed 1, Hugounenq / Jose will play seed 6, Molinero / Perez who beat Fonteny / Cancel (TS3).

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.