As we told you a few days ago, after the Albacete Challenger, the players of the World Padel Tour will drop off their suitcases in Belgium for the Open Circus Padel 2022.

And it is in Brussels more precisely that the competition will be in full swing.

For this great occasion, the tournament organizers have allowed 21 players from the kingdom to win a wild card to participate in this great celebration on their land.

The list of players

In qualifying

Women

  • Elyne Boeykens and Babette Wyckaert
  • Michelle Van Mol and Evelyne Dom
  • Sofie Oyen and Justine Pysson

gentlemen

  • Jeremy Gala and Nick Braet
  • Alain Sassen and Denis Mertens
  • Joris De Weerdt and Bram Coene
  • Xander De Wever and Isaac Huysveld

These participants will begin their competition on Tuesday May 3 during the qualifying matches which will take place in Vilvoorde, the footballer's club Yannick Carrasco. They will give everything on the 20×10 to try to integrate the final table.

Final table

The players named above will not be the only ones to represent their country at this Open.

Indeed two players that we found during the P2000 of Padel Horizon a few days ago will also be there. These two young people are of course Jerome Peeters and Clement Geens. Qualified directly in the main draw, they will begin their competition on Wednesday, May 4. The other pair benefiting from a wild card among the men is the one composed ofAlec Witmeur et François Azzola.

On the ladies' side, it's Helena Wyckaert who obtained one of the precious sesame, and she will team up with the Spaniard Monica gomez (82th in the ranking of World Padel Tour). The Belgians An-Sophie Mestach and Astrid Dierckx will also integrate the final table.

Make known the padel to a wide audience

As mentioned by our colleagues from the very serious newspaper Le Soir , the organizers of the tournament, thanks to the support of a sponsor, will allow each adult buying a ticket to come accompanied by two children on Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 May. This operation will make it possible to discover the padel to the youngest and why not to give birth to vocations!

« To promote this family sport that everyone is talking about and which is growing, we want to allow parents to bring their children to discover the padel and live a fun and unique day ", Explain Nicolas Lhoist, Tournament CEO.

Sebastien Carrasco

Fan of padel and of Spanish origin, the padel runs through my veins. Very happy to share with you my passion through the world reference of padel : Padel Magazine.