The very first edition of the French Padel Open will take place in Toulouse from June 13 to 19 at the André-Brouat Sports Palace. The event will be broadcast on Canal+ and in 62 countries around the world.
It’s official. The first edition of the French Padel Open is played in Toulouse from June 13 to 19 at the André-Brouat sports hall, which can accommodate up to 4,200 people seated. This is the first time that a French stage is included in the World Padel Tour, the circuit for professional padel players.
The event will bring together some 400 athletes including the best players on the planet. The followers could notably see in the women Alejandra Salazar and Gemma Triay and in the men Alejandro Galan and Juan Lebron.
Among the French headliners, the public will find Alix Collombon and Léa Godallier, respectively n°20 and n°38 in the world rankings, who notably enabled the French women’s team to win the silver medal at the French championships. 2021. The public will also see Benjamin Tison, 75th in the world ranking, who led the French men’s team to the bronze medal at the 2021 European Championships.
The French Padel Open broadcast on Canal+ and in 62 countries
More than 200,000 people practice padel in France on 1,500 courts. The creation of the French Padel Open is an initiative of T&T Padel, the sports marketing agency founded by Tony Parker and Teddy Riner, also holder of the rights to the World Padel Tour in France. The competition will be broadcast on television in France on Canal+, which acquires the broadcasting rights for the entire World Padel Tour, and in 62 countries.
In addition to Toulouse, the World Padel Tour has 25 stages in 14 cities, including Miami, Stockholm, Madrid, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires.