While the season of padel armchair has already started with the P100 of Padel Campus Arena, Jarville et Blois, discover the rest of the competition program on French soil.

After a long break in April, the players will return to action at the beginning of May in Valenciennes. Eleven P100s and one P25 will follow one another until September when will take place the first French Championships padel armchair, valued at P250.

As a reminder, here is the current ranking in which the eight best tournament results obtained over the last 12 months are taken into account:

Currently, it is Dorian Navarro who dominates the ranking, thanks in particular to his victory in the Master Final at the end of last year as well as six trophies obtained in P100.

Sébastien Husser-Walther is just a hundred points away from being able to run for the throne. The Alsatian has already made a good start this year with two titles in Jarville and Blois, knowing that his rival has more points to defend than him in May.

Winner of the Master Final last year with Dorian Navarro, Laurent Giammartini is on the last step of the podium a few lengths from the Grand Est player. Nicolas Vanlerberghe and Tony Boval, two category 2 players, complete the Top 5.

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!