P2000 Toulouse Colomiers: open tables!

The last tournament of the FFT Padel Tour 2022 will take place at 4Padel Toulouse Colomiers from December 2 to 4. The list of participants was communicated by the referee of the event François-Xavier Coninck.

The tournament committee will meet on Monday regarding wildcard requests and the final list will be communicated later.

In terms of the organization of the tournament, the women’s qualifications will begin on Friday December 2 at 2 p.m., and will be followed by the men’s qualifications.

On Saturday December 3, the day will start at 9 a.m. with the 16th finals for ladies and then for men.

Collombon et Clergue: the great absentees

The good news is that there will be up to 36 pairs in the ladies between the main draw and the qualifiers! A great performance for a girls tournament and a perfect way to end this great year of women’s padel.

But among the best French players, we will have two major absentees: Alix Collombon and Laura Clergue. Absences that undeniably open up the picture. In the absence of Alix, Léa Godallier is associated with Fiona Ligi. Will the two players from the France team succeed in going all the way in this tournament? Not easy since the seeded 1 will have to face Soubrié / Invernon, Martin / Detrivière but also Pothier / Ginier. Moreover, the seeded 4, who managed to take a set from the French champions a few weeks ago, may have an opportunity to create a sensation in this tournament.

Maigret / Bergeron, favorite pair?

There will be neither Benjamin Tison, nor Thomas Leygue, nor Jérémy Scatena in Occitania. The seeded 1 of the tournament Adrien Maigret / Johan Bergeron will however have to be careful with the competition with in particular the pair Auradou / Vives, and a new association created for the occasion: Guichard / Blanqué!

The rule

Find the sporting regulations of the FFT Padel Tour 2022 below.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovered padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then, padel has been part of his life. You often see him touring France by covering major French padel events.