Le Tennis Padel Chateaubriant Club bet on padel brilliantly by collaborating with one of the best French padel players: Simon Boissé, the director of Activ'Performance.
Frédéric Moreau, President of Tennis Club Châteaubriant (TCC) looks back on this experience.
Padel open house in Châteaubriant
To replace the associations forum, Tennis-Padel-squash Châteaubriant has chosen to organize open doors and animate all day around padel. We contacted Activ'performance Padel and Simon BOISSE traveled with three other good players to introduce the padel to beginners and initiated players in the morning.
The beneficiaries appreciated Simon's advice and interactive pedagogy before being enthusiastic about an exhibition match and sequences of play never seen at the club: exits from the field, double glass ...
The afternoon a tournament bringing together club players and our guests highlighted beautiful games played under a beautiful sun! This is the advantage of the outdoor court!
We therefore thank Simon for his professionalism, his padel expertise and his good humor.
Soon a second land
A fruitful day for the club since the Mayor of Châteaubriant has confirmed the construction of a second field in 2021 with possibly a cover. We will therefore be able to attract even more players and organize tournaments more easily.
Explains Frédéric Moreau. The club is therefore impatiently awaiting a second pitch. Since the land alone is not enough to meet demand.
This second piece of land could even be covered if the town of Châteaubriant succeeds in finding the funds necessary for this investment.
Already tournaments ...
All weekend, there will be a P250 men's tournament and a P100 ladies tournament. Knowing that for the ladies, this is the opportunity to try to do both events since a P250 gentlemen is open to ladies.
A first padel tournament where you can have lunch on site.
For more information, do not hesitate to contact Frédéric Moreau at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.