We now know our female finalists at P2000 PadelShot Caen : Fiona Ligi et Tiffany Phaysouphanh will face Camille Sireix et Louise Bahurel.

On the central track, Camille Sireix and Louise Bahurel (TS2) faced the 4 seed of this tournament, Marie Maligo and Mélanie Ros. In only one hour of play, Camille and Louise won their ticket for their very first P2000 final together, in two sets: 6 / 2 6 / 4.

The 2 seed was simply on top in this meeting. Camille Sireix and Louise Bahurel directed four breaks in this match (2 in the first set, 2 in the second). Despite a good level of play from the Maligo/Ros pair, the latter was not able to find many break points (3 only in the meeting). They converted one, in the second set, in a burst of pride, but it was not enough to bring down the Bahurel/Sireix pair.

Victory 6/2 6/4 for Louise and Camille.

On the other track, we found the second semi-final, between the seeded 1, Fiona Ligi et Tiffany Phaysouphanh at seed 7, Nada Majdoubi et Laurine Bergaud. Here again, a match easily won, in less than an hour, for the tournament favorites: 6/3 6/1.

There was still a lot of combativeness from Laurine and Nada. The latter who has been playing with a big bandage on her thigh since yesterday, after her huge quarter-final against Emilie Loit et Laura Clergue, won after more than 2h30 of combat.

Laurine Bergaud and Nada Majdoubi will therefore try to get third place on the podium this afternoon against Mélanie Ros and Marie Maligo.

Big poster so, who awaits us, for this P2000 PadelShot Caen. The two pairs did not lose a set throughout the tournament, so it will be very interesting to follow this meeting which promises to be exciting.

However, you will have to wait until 14 p.m. to see this final. Before, you can follow, on the central track, the men's semi-final confronting Maxime Moreau et Johan Bergeron (TS1) to Maxime Forcin et Dorian DeMeyer (TS6). Always on Padel MagTV, in full and live:

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.