Marie Maligo and Mélanie Ros win their second P1000 together and this time at 4PADEL Valenciennes after the great performance delivered during the P2000 in Nantes 2 weeks ago, where they took 3rd place.
In the final against Boura / Poupart, the Franco-Belgian pair imposed their game, inflicting a severe 6/3 6/1.
In this competition, Ros/Maligo did not lose any sets and maintained an average of only 4 games lost per match. This testifies to the high level of play offered throughout the weekend by Ros / Maligo.
This new association on the women's circuit seems to be working well. Mélanie Ros tells us more:
“It was a very interesting tournament, with new pairs and a consistent level. We were able to stand out and confirm our good understanding, on and off the field.
We are very satisfied with the start of the year that we are making. The first two tournaments are very encouraging: a 3rd place in P2000 and a victory in P1000. We are still learning about ourselves, but little by little we are managing to develop automatisms.”
Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.