What a match Johan Bergeron et Maxime Moreau, during the final of P2000 PadelShot Caen face Benjamin Grue et Miguel Gonzalez Garcia. The two Frenchmen were in TGV mode in this meeting, needing only 54 minutes to win the title. A quick victory: 6/1 6/1.

It's about 8th title in P2000 for Johan Bergeron, who gets closer to his former teammate, Bastien Blanqué (11 titles). For Max Moreau, it is quite simply his first title in P2000, as complicated as it is to conceive it.

The Moreau/Bergeron recital

This set was not intended to be so expeditious, for the pair Max Moreau / Jo Bergeron. And for good reason, some mistakes on the part of Moreau who could predict a little excitement on the part of the player. Especially unlike their adversaries, Moreau and Bergeron already had a match in their legs, after their semi-final this morning, against De Meyer/Forcin.

The seeded 1 also had to work hard to save three break points, from the start of the match. The Moreau/Bergeron duo released three huge points to ward off danger.

Behind, things went smoothly for Maxime Moreau and Johan Bergeron who did not lose a game in this set, allowing them to win it quite easily: 6/1.

The untouchables Bergeron and Moreau

The start of the second round started the same way as the first. Johan Bergeron and Maxime Moreau were forced to save two break points, from their first service game. Once again, they managed to ward off the danger and return to 1-1 to the score.

And as in the first set, the 1st seed went for the break on his opponents' serve in the next game. Some waste to be seen in the play of Benjamin Grué and Miguel Gonzalez Garcia who had difficulty hiding a certain frustration after having missed 5 break points.

The appearance of this last round will be like the first. Benjamin Grué and Miguel Gonzalez Garcia completely gave up at the end, committing a significant number of mistakes. It didn't take as much for Max Moreau and Johan Bergeron who needed two match points to win: 6/1.

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.