It's the end of this first P500 +45, men and women, at Esprit Padel ! The finals of this tournament delivered their verdict, following some great matches that you were able to follow on Padel MagTV.

Among the men, victory for pair number 6, Loriedo/Pecheral. They were opposed to the duo Lagloire/Laporte.

Among the ladies, the hierarchy was respected with the victory of the pair Caillet/Bouvier (TS1). She was opposed to her runners-up, the 2nd seed Turbelin/Lhenry.

Men's final

The men's final will have lasted one set. During the first act, the debates were fairly balanced between the two teams. During a moment, Jean-Marc Lagloire (world vice-champion +55 years old) and Anthony Laporte were ahead in the score. They even got a ball to lead 4-1 in the first set.

On a golden point decisive, Frédéric Loriedo and Yann Pecheral found the necessary resources not to be left behind. They even managed to come back and take the lead in this round, finally winning it 7-5.

The second set was much more expeditious. On cloud nine, the Loriedo/Pecheral pair continues the games. Jean-Marc Lagloire, little used in the exchanges, commits many mistakes and Anthony Laporte, cornered under the attacks of his opponents, gives ground.

Victory 7/5 6/0 for Frédéric Loriedo and Yann Pecheral.

P500 FINAL +45 MEN

Ladies final

There was no photo in this match. Delphine Bouvier and Sandrine Caillet logically won the match against Delphine Turbelin and Isabelle Lhenry.

We can note a large number direct errors in this meeting. As well as a lot of breaks. The two sets will have been one-sided and the match will not have dragged on.

In 50 minutes of play, Delphine Bouvier and Sandrine Caillet put 6 / 3 6 / 2 to the Turbelin/Lhenry pair.

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.