Very few could have bet on the champions of Sète… yet, they are indeed Nicolas Molinero et Alexander Toppin who won the final, facing another totally unexpected pair in the final: Timéo Fonteny and Yoan Boronad.

As a reminder, there was a big question mark around Nicolas Molinero, who got hurt, the day before, during his first laps in the P1500. We even feared that he cannot play his semi-final, facing Nathan Courrin and Thomas Seux. Yet, here they are, Alexandre Toppin and Nicolas Molinero, in the final of this P1500 in Hérault.

Facing them, Timéo Fonteny and Yoan Boronad, the young prodigies of padel French, authors of a very good performance during this tournament, notably having released the seeded 2, Benjamin Grué and Ludovic Cancel… then Nicolas Rouanet and Morgan Mannarino (TS3).

However, in this match, one team quickly gained the upper hand over the other. Indeed, we felt Timéo Fonteny and Yoan Boronad quite feverish at the start of this meeting. A few mistakes, which they had not made during their semi-final, marred their usually clean game.

Unfortunately, faced with the experience of the Molinero/Toppin pair, the young Catalans were unable to impose their aggressive game. Despite 4 break opportunities, only one will be converted for the Boronad/Fonteny pair. In comparison, Nicolas Molinero and Alexandre Toppin had 6, for 3 converted.


It is therefore a first title in P1500 for Nicolas Molinero and Alexandre Toppin. This pair is even more a outsiders Parts and accessories she was not seeded at the exit of the first list. Having benefited from several abandonments in front of them, they therefore obtained the 8th seed… A real surprise therefore! And their best career title!

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.