More Than 110 Top Female Athletes Sign Up for Tour Premier Padel


Premier Padel announced that more than 110 of the world’s most famous padel players have signed with Premier Padel and several more are expected to do so soon.

The Premier Padel tour explained that the women’s competition will run parallel to the men’s competition in the schedule of Premier Padel, and discussions are underway with local venue partners to assess which tournaments can immediately accommodate the Women’s Circuit.

Launched by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), FIP and PPA just over a year ago, Premier Padel has taken the sport to new heights, increasing the number of regions where the padel is played at the highest level, while placing the players at the heart of the sport.

With the opening tournament of the season the Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel completed, attention now turns to Rome. The venues for the women’s tournaments will be announced once discussions with partners have been finalized.

President of the International Federation of padel (FIP) Luigi Carraro, said : “Today is a historic and momentous day for the padel. Since the launch of Premier Padel a year ago we worked hard to get both men and women on this world circuit. With over 110 players already registered and many more expected, I am delighted with the progress we have made as we continue to carry the padel to new heights and to develop the sport around the world.” President of Premier Padel Nasser Al Khelaifi, said: “When we launched Premier Padel a little over a year ago, we made the commitment to involve players in our circuit. With this historic announcement, I am very proud to say that we have achieved our ambition in just over a year since the competition’s inception. Now we look forward to seeing our sport continue to thrive and grow this is just the beginning for Premier Padel”.

The 2023 season of Premier Padel will be broadcast live in over 180 countries on channels like ESPN (South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean), beIN SPORTS (MENA, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey), Viaplay (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), SuperSport (Sub-Saharan Africa), Canal + (France, Poland, Netherlands and other countries) and many more.

Source: Qatar News Agency