The FFT has officially validated its specifications concerning the organization of the interregional phases of the French 2016 championships. They will have all the 24 and 25 September 2016. Focus on what to know:
1 / The underlined league is the league that hosts theinterregion :
Corsica / Dauphiné-Savoie / Lyonnais
Languedoc-Roussillon / Auvergne / Limousin / Paris
Midi-Pyrenees / CBBL / Guyenne
Poitou-Charentes / Brittany / Loire Country / Center
Normandy / Yvelines / French Riviera
Flanders / Picardy / Val d'Oise
Provence / Seine and Marne / Val de Marne
Alsace / Lorraine / Essonne
2 / ORGANIZATION OF THE COMPETITION
The competition takes place in the form of pools followed by a final draw and classification matches.
The two teams of the same league are not placed in the same pool, and a seed must be positioned at the 1 rank of each hen. The pools are established by the Referee of the event, according to the Padel FFT 2016 Classification.
The teams are placed in the following way:
Poule A Poule B
League Team A League Team A
League team B Team league B
League team C League team C
League team D League team D
The order of the teams of the same league is determined according to Padel 2016's FFT classification.
With equal weight between two teams, a draw will be held.
As a reminder, a player who does not have a Padel ranking will be ranked equal to the "last number + 1"
3 / MATCH FORMAT
All games are played in the following format:
- Two games 6 games, with application of the decisive point, decisive game at 6 / 6
- In case of a tie at one round everywhere, super decisive game at 10 points.
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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.