If the great novelty is the arrival of Pablo Ayma at the head of the men's selection, the FFT also announced that Robin Haziza was reappointed.

The one who has coached the tricolors since 2020 is obviously delighted to continue at the head of the Bleues as he points out in a FFT article "I'm super happy to continue the adventure. For me, it is an important issue to support and help the development of the padel feminine. We created a group that evolves over time with newcomers at the last events to have a team that today is very competitive and we would like to grab a podium very quickly at the world championships by taking, I hope, our revenge on the Italians.”

Arnaud Di Pasquale was also enthusiastic: " The results were clearly up to the objectives we had set.. He puts all his qualities at the service of the team. He is someone very committed, very invested, who knows his sport very well. We feel that he manages to convey the right messages at the right time, he accompanies the players perfectly and we are delighted to renew our collaboration with him. 

"We are in our place in the world hierarchy. The objective is to keep it and reduce the gap with the best. It would be premature to claim to be able to beat Spain or Argentina but some nations like Brazil and Italy may be accessible.

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