After nearly 3 weeks of rest for many players, new associations and treated injuries, we are starting the final phases of the 5th tournament of the season on the circuit Premier Padel : Brussels P2 from Monday April 22 to Sunday April 28.

We will obviously be interested on the men's side in the great debuts of Juan Lebron and Paquito Navarro on the professional circuit. Even if the two players know each other very well and they had plenty of time to prepare before this 2nd P2 of the year.

Especially since we could see that the two Spaniards were already well operational 10 days ago against Chingotto / Galan during a friendly match. The other news is that the Paco / Lebron pair is ahead of the Galan / Chingotto pair in the ranking.

Paco / Lebron will therefore start against Jaime Muñoz / Javi García.

As in Puerto Cabella in Venezuela, the Belgian event is a P2, but will nevertheless bring together the best players in the world: Tapia / Coello, Lebron / Navarro, Stupaczuk / Di Nenno, Galan / Chingotto. The latter will face Arroyo / Alonso in the first round!

One of the big absentees is obviously Fernando Belasteguin who we hoped to see again in Belgium alongside Juan Tello. Eventually, Tello will be associated with Semmler in this tournament.

It is also the return of Momo Gonzalez and Alex Ruiz. We will see in particular how the left-hander behaves after an injury.

Tapia / Coello will as always be the big favorite pair among the men, especially after the numerous pair changes. She will play against a qualified pair. Stupa / Di Nenno will have to be careful in this first round against Rico / Gutierrez.

In the women's draw, Ari Sánchez and Paula Josemaría return after their absence in Venezuela, which saw Delfi Brea and Bea González crowned.

The matches will be followed on the Youtube channel of Premier Padel and we could have from the quarter-finals, the matches broadcast on Canal +. We will try to confirm this to you quickly.

After Belgium, it will be towards Spain to finally continue then in Latin America.

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.