We finally know the schedules of the matches and the place where the games are played ... And there astonishment general: Some teams could not play Quinta de Marinha (official website of the world).

A choice of amazing organizers!

Indeed, the matches could be played on 2 different sites! As a result, some of the matches will be played in the other Cascais club: Indoor 6.

As usual in the professional circuit, when it's complicated, it's mainly the girls who will suffer from this situation since the conditions will not be the same between the semi indoor club from Quinta de Marinha and the indoor club Indoor 6.

What is surprising is that the flagship competition, namely the World Team Padel Championships, is relegated to a secondary position in the face of the individual Open organized at the same time. We observe indeed that part of the matches of Wednesday which takes place at the club Indoor 6 could have been played Monday on the main site or Tuesday martin instead of the individual matches ... But NO. Amazing choice from the organization.

Consequence, especially among girls, some teams will not taste the club Quinta de Marinha before Thursday, (ie when the pool matches are over) when others have already played in this club for the first group matches. Which ones? Argentina and Spain are preserved as the host country Portugal and some opponents of their pool. For others it will wait.

Men's and women's teams will play at the same time

Another curiosity to stay polite: Wednesday, for France, the ladies and gentlemen play at the same time and on 2 different sites! As a result, Robin Haziza, player and coach of a part of the players of the France team, will not be able to be present to help the players. Not to mention the fact that for the general atmosphere, it's not really very bright.

Find soon in the tab dedicated to the world, all schedules and analysis of the chances of our teams in France.

Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine

Franck Binisti

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.