At the P2000 organized at PadelShot of Caen, the quarter-finals were the scene of great matches and surprises to close the day.

Pech/Theard still terrorizes the table of a P2000

A few months after crossing the P2000 table in Strasbourg to reach the final, Benoît Théard et Thibaud Pech left to do it again in Normandy. After having disposed of Rouanet/Sanchez (TS3) in the round of XNUMX, the two men won a tough battle in the quarter-finals at the expense of Jeremy Garcia et Yanis Muesser (TS8): 6/1 – 2/6 – 6/3.

The guests that we would not necessarily qualify as “surprises” from the last four will have a big challenge to take on in the next round. Benjamin Grue et Miguel Gonzalez Garcia held their rank against Simon Wagner et Ludovic Cancel (TS7). The Franco-Spanish pair won with a score of 6/4 – 6/4 to logically qualify for the semi-final.

Forçin/De Meyer continues the adventure

In the other part of the table, the tournament favorites Max Moreau et Johan Bergeron (TS1) delivered a solid performance to end the journey of Damien Lozano et Pierre Perez Le Tiec, executioners of Matthew Armagnac et Morgan Mannarino in the previous round: 6/4 – 6/3.

Finally, the local Maxime Forçin et Dorian DeMeyer (TS6) put on a huge show at the end of the day. Both players emerged victorious in a titanic fight and overthrew Arthur Hugounenq et Pierre-Vincent (TS4): 7/6(4) – 3/6 – 7/6(4) and will have the right to attack Moreau and Bergeron tomorrow morning.

Hugounenq-Vincent Forçin-De Meyer P2000 Caen Stats

Majdoubi/Bergaud, the surprise of the day

On the Ladies side, we wondered who would be able to stop Emilie Loit et Laura Clergue after their victory over Tonda/Duchène (TS3). Well these are Nada Majdoubi et Laurine Bergaud which put an end to the adventure of the two headliners at the end of a sumptuous clash lasting more than two hours: 5/7 – 7/6(2) – 6/4.

Emilie Loit Laura Clergue P2000 Caen

Majdoubi and Bergaud will have to recover well this evening in view of what awaits them tomorrow. They will find themselves facing Tiffany Phaysouphanh et Fiona Ligi who eliminated the pair Mansart/Pelan without too many problems: 6/0 – 6/3. The top seeds in the table are on track to reach a third consecutive P2000 final after Strasbourg et Carquefou.

Ros/Maligo avoids the trap

Camille Sireix et Louise Bahurel (TS2) are experiencing a similar journey to that of their main rivals this weekend. Both players beat without difficulty Laura Buteau et Deborah Alquier : 6/0 – 6/4 to reach the semi-finals without surprise.

Finally, Melanie Ros et Marie maligo almost had regrets in the quarter-final. The two women did not go far from the correctional facility facing Jennifer Denecheau et Marie Lefevre (TS6), before coming away in three sets: 4/6 – 6/3 – 6/2.

Experience the rest and the end of this Caen P2000 with us from 9 a.m.!

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!