Premier Padel will also hold tournaments in Argentina



The couple formed by Paquito Navarro and Martin di Nenno won the first Premier Padel Major, held in Qatar

(4-4-2022) Premier Padel will land in Argentina. The new FIP circuit will hold its first tournament in the South American country between August 8 and 14 this year. It will be a second category tournament.

Premier Padel continues to announce the destinations of the venues of its next tournaments. After resolving its first Major, in Qatar, last week, and announcing that Roland Garros, in Paris, would host its second major event in July, now the new padel circuit promoted by the International Padel Federation (FIP) has announced its landing in Argentina. It is the third continent that they will step on after having debuted in Asia and having scheduled an appointment in Europe. His idea is that it be a world circuit.

Between August 8 and 14, Premier Padel will hold a second category tournament (P1) in this country. The annual tournament to be held in Argentina is the first to be announced in South America. It is the only circuit that offers official ranking points to players. P1 tournaments will award 1,000 points to the winners, along with prize money.

As its promoters have already announced, the FIP’s will is to hold 10 Premier Padel tournaments in 2022 and another 10 in 2023, including four Category 1 Major events. The first, held in Doha, was taken last weekend by Sevillian Paquito Navarro and Argentine Martín di nenno.

“We are delighted to bring a Premier Padel tournament to Argentina. We know the passion, love and support that this sport has received in the country for many decades”, said the FIP President, Luigi Carraro.

“It will be a great festival and a celebration of our beloved sport. We are very proud to partner with Premier Padel, the FIP and the PPA in this historic agreement for padel in Argentina”, added the president of the Argentine Padel Association, Santiago Brito.

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