First final, at P2000 PadelShot Caen, with the opposing female encounter Louise Bahurel et Camille Sireix à Fiona Ligi et Tiffany Phaysouphanh.

Match between the two best first pairs of this tournament, who have not lost a set in this P2000. However, the meeting very quickly turned into the benefit of Fiona Ligi and Tiffany Phaysouphanh, despite a tight first set between the two teams. The favorites finally manage to lift the trophy, after two defeats in the final !

Final score: 6 / 4 6 / 1.

The break you needed

The first round was very close between the two teams. On the 60 points played during the first act, 31 were won by the pair Ligi/Phaysouphanh against 29 for Sireix/Bahurel.

The two points of difference were quite simply those which will have led to the break, during the first round. The level of the two teams was approximately the same. But it would have been necessary some unforced errors from Camille Sireix and Louise Bahurel to offer his service to their opponents.

Fiona and Tiffany were calm in this first set, despite having to save a break point on their serve. In the end, this makes 6/4 for the 1st seed in this meeting.

Phaysouphanh Ligi P2000 Caen

A victory for bosses

In this second round, we take the same ones and start again on the center of PadelShot Caen. First serious game from Camille Sireix and Louise Bahurel. Unfortunately, compared to them, impressive et imperturbable Fiona Ligi and Tiffany Phaysouphanh, strong in defense while showing off very offensive.

They were also the first to break in this second round, putting a big blow to the morale of their opponents.

Behind, it marched in Normandy, with the winning the next six games the first won by Bahurel/Sireix. Tiffany Phaysouphanh and Fiona Ligi were simply unplayable in this second round, offering no break opportunity to their opponents and only losing 15 small dots.

P2000 final stats

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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.