The Monte-Carlo Padel Master is for very soon. It is time for paddlers and paddle players to get organized as it will be possible to participate in one of the biggest tournaments in the padel world by trying their luck at the Beausoleil qualifications.

From the 2 qualifications to the September 4.

Dates not to be missed:

From 2 to 4 September: Qualifications of the Monte-Carlo Padel Master dedicated to amateurs.

These qualifications are intended to promote and democratize the padel. Therefore, the best days of the world or semi-pros will not be able to participate in these qualifications.

Last year, the pair was not to count a player in the top 150 world according to the World Padel Tour ranking. This year the World Padel Tour will refuse for these qualifications, any player in the world's top 250 (WPT ranking).

The qualifying site also changes since the home club will be that of Padel Club Beausoleil (Tennis Sun). Not only will the club offer these qualifications in its renovated complex, but will also host some of the finals.

To take part in the qualifications, go to the Monte Carlo Padel Master website. A form is to be filled with the August 17 2016.

Final phases and contacts

From 6 to 11 September 2016: The finals of the Monte-Carlo Padel Master

The final phases will take place on 2 sites:
=> The Beausoleil Tennis Club (TENNIS SOLEIL)
=> At the Font Marquee in Monaco

As last year the center of the village and the central court will be at Chapiteau de Fontvieille in Monaco. The novelty is the Beausoleil club which will host matches of the finals of the Monte-Carlo Padel Master. A shuttle between the 2 sites is planned.

Contacts and links:

Nito Brea - Tournament Director: nitobrea@mcinternationalsports.com
Register for qualifications: http://montecarlopadelmaster.com/registration
The program of the final phases: http://montecarlopadelmaster.com/programme/
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.