This morning, in the first rotation of the day, the women's semi-finals of the last P2000 of the year were played on the 4Padel from Strasbourg. In the women's table, the hierarchy had been respected, with the top four seeds qualified.

Easy for Dardaine/Soubrie

In this meeting that you were able to follow in part on the channel Padel MagTV via our general article, the number 2 seed, Dardaine/Soubrié logically won against Mélanie Ros and Marie Lefevre (TS4) in 45 short minutes of play, 6/1 6/1.

Marie-Amélie Dardaine and Charlotte Soubrié continue to wander around this last P2000 of the season. In this match against the Ros/Lefevre pair, the two players played and left their opponents no chance. Marie-Amélie and Charlotte therefore offer themselves a final in this Strasbourg P2000.


Ligi/Phaysouphanh supremacy

Fiona Ligi and Tiffany Phaysouphanh hit the headlines in this Strasbourg P2000 by winning in two short sets against the number 1 seed Invernon / Pothier: 6/2 6/4 in 1h12 of play. More lucid and sharp in this meeting, Fiona and Tiffany were able to seize the opportunities and impose themselves in this match where they will have dominated head and shoulders, from start to finish.

At the end of the meeting, Tiffany and Fiona returned to their match at the microphone of Padel Magazine. "The goal was to be aggressive from the start and not get into a false rhythm“, explains Fiona. Immediately, both players “felt good”. Without focusing on the new Invernon/Pothier pair, who are not really used to playing together, the 3 seed focused on their game. And despite a little excitement at the end of the match, they still managed to get their ticket to the final. “This is my first final in P2000“, concludes Tiffany.

The real question, will we see the Phaysouphanh/Ligi pair again often? The answer is "Yes" ! Both players plan to continue the adventure together next season, even internationally. “We will try to erase the P1000 and do some FIP next season“, confesses Fiona.


The women's final is scheduled for 14 p.m., to be followed live on the channel Padel MagTV :

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.