Since March 1, 2023, the distribution of points taken into account in the calculation of the classification is done according to the number of pairs or teams having taken part in the event.

Also, the number of points awarded to winners will remain the same (100 points for a P 100, 250 points for a P 250, etc.), regardless of the total number of pairs or teams that participated, but the number of points then distributed in each row will depend on the total number of pairs or teams.

It should also be noted that the scale also depends on three tournament specifications padel (seniors):

Points scale: P25

Points scale: P100

Points scale: P250

Points scale: P500

Points scale: P1000

In ladies for a P1000 to be valid, there must be at least 16 pairs.

For men, there must be at least 24 pairs.

However, there are exceptions for team competitions or regional championships.

Points scale: P1500

In ladies for a P1000 to be valid, there must be at least 16 pairs.

For men, there must be at least 24 pairs.

However, there are exceptions for team competitions or regional championships.

Points scale: P2000 and P3000

Find all the information in the competition guide

Remember that the number of tournaments taken into account in the ranking is now 12.

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.