End of the adventure in Venezuela and small assessment since the start of the season on the French side, notably in the top 5 on the circuit Premier Padel.

Thomas Leygue: 101st player in the world

The boss of padel French on the men's side, it's Thomas Leygue. And he managed to grab 3 places this week thanks to his great week in Venezuela with his first main draw on the circuit Premier Padel. Alongside Fran Ramirez, the Frenchman has achieved great things.

Despite a negative ratio (on the main circuit) with 7 matches played for 3 victories, the 2 consecutive victories in Venezuela are good for morale and above all allow Aix to relaunch at the start of the season.

In Puerto Cabello, the Leygue / Ramirez pair was not far from creating a sensation against Teo Zapata and Enrique Goenaga with a defeat in 3 sets. A first benchmark tournament to kick off the start of the season and regain the world top 100.

Jérémy Scatena: 112th player in the world

Jérémy Scatena is no longer really a 100% active player on the international circuit. He takes advantage of his hard-won points in 2023 to take advantage and participate in some international tournaments.

Since the start of the season, he has played 2 tournaments Premier Padel which ended with two defeats in the first round of qualifying.

Max Moreau: 117th player in the world

The Nice native is particularly active on the FIP Tour. With a semi-final at FIP ​​Rise Sweden and a quarter-final this weekend at FIP ​​Rise Rocks Line in London, it's quite an interesting start to the season.

Especially since with Johan Bergeron back in action, these two players from the French team are trying to demonstrate that they still have their place this year with two important meetings.

For Max, on the circuit Premier Padel, it's more mixed with 3 defeats out of 4 matches. But the top 100 still remains in the viewfinder.

Dylan Guichard and Bastien Blanqué: 129th and 131st player in the world

Aside from the first tournament of the season with Thomas Leygue and a semi-final at FIP ​​Promotion Castellon, Dylan Guichard and Bastien Blanqué have not left each other's side. And the French pair signs a main draw in Puerto Cabello.

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Franck Binisti

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.