For the first tournament Premier Padel of the season in Spain, the Seville P2 will be held in an exceptional setting: the La Cartuja Olympic stadium.

The venue will host the tournament from April 28 to May 5, three weeks after the Copa del Rey final in football. The Andalusian stadium will be transformed with the installation of three tracks padel aligned and attached to the edge of the field, near the side stands which will receive the public.

The organization will then make the most of this exceptional setting. The center court will be placed below the stadium bend and will be surrounded by additional stands. An ideal design for following the action despite the topography of La Cartuja.

Fans will easily be able to come in numbers, especially since the price of tickets is more than attractive in view of this pharaonic setting: 7,50 euros for the first day (April 28), then 15 euros per day for the rest of the week. As a result, Saturday April 4, the day of the semi-finals, is already sold out!

Despite the fact that the tournament belongs to the lowest category of the circuit Premier Padel, the city of Seville and the organizers have pulled out all the stops to offer a magnificent setting to the public as well as to the best players in the world who will be present at the end of the month.

Martin Schmuda

A competitive tennis player, Martin discovered the padel in 2015 in Alsace and appeared in a few tournaments in Paris. Today a journalist, he deals with current affairs padel while continuing its rise in the world of the little yellow ball!