Primed and ready under the bright lights of the Premier Padel court.

Betclic Bordeaux Premier Padel P2


Bordeaux, France

10 – 16 June 2024

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Primed and ready under the bright lights of the Premier Padel court.

Final – Bordeaux

Sun, 16 June 2024

The doubles game that continues to cause a stir the world-over stopped off in France, June 10-16. Don't miss the replay of Premier Padel tournament as it visits charming Bordeaux.

Replay all the matches from quarter-finals to finals exclusively on Red Bull TV. The previous matches are available on the Premier Padel YouTube channel.


France vibrates with Premier Padel

French fans didn’t disappoint, packing the Arkéa Arena and cheering on the great performances that the best players in the world displayed on the court. France is one of the countries where padel is developing most rapidly, and fans certainly didn’t want to miss any of the action.
Players also lived up to the expectations, delivering spectacular shots that made the crowd stand up. Nineteen-year-old upcoming star Pablo Cardona hit this incredible shot from outside the court after a 'x3' by Jon Sanz to win the point and make the crowd roar.
In the women’s competition, Claudia Fernández’s showed why she is one of the best defenders in the world by resisting the attack by Lucía Sainz and Patricia Llaguno on several occasions and winning the point with a commanding forehand shot.

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Highlights – Bordeaux Premier Padel P2

See the best moments from the action-packed Bordeaux Premier Padel P2 tournament.


A glimpse of the future

With the top four seeds missing in the men’s competition, it was time for some up-and-coming young pairs to capitalise and add some points to their total in this 2024 season, in which advancing positions in the ranking is extremely tough.
The Bordeaux P2 provided fans with an opportunity to enjoy some dynamic, unusual pairs like Brazilian Lucas Bergamini and 19-year-old promise Pablo Cardona, who made a surprising run to reach the tournament semi-finals.
In the women’s competition, sixth-seeded Alejandra Alonso and Andrea Ustero (18 and 17 years old, respectively) showcased once again they are one of the most talented pairs on tour, reaching the quarter-finals where they lost against second-seeded Marta Ortega – Verónica Virseda. Alonso and Ustero have been showing up to the quarter-finals and semi-finals consistently, battling against much more experienced and established teams.
GNP Acapulco P1 Premier Padel SF 1 - Riera/Araujo - Alonso/Ustero on March 23, 2024

Alejandra Alonso and Andrea Ustero were back in the quarter-finals

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With these results and younger players putting on remarkable performances, the Bordeaux P2 was the perfect stage to prove that the future of padel is in great hands.

Nieto and Sanz make a statement

Jorge 'Coki' Nieto and team-mate Jon Sanz are used to making appearances in the round of 16, quarter-finals, and even some semi-finals of major tournaments. In Bordeaux, however, they went a step further and showed extraordinary resilience, managing to win their first-ever Premier Padel title.
In the quarter-finals, they edged the young team formed by Enrique Goenaga and Arnau Ayats (6-7, 6-2, 6-3). They would once again have to come back from a deficit in the semi-finals, when they were trailing newly formed pair Lucas Bergamini – Pablo Cardona 6-7 after the first set. Sanz and Nieto were able to recover and advance to the final match with two straight 6-2 scores after the second and third set.
In the final, Nieto – Sanz faced one of the favourite teams to win the championship: third-seeded Jerónimo 'Momo' González and Álex Ruiz, who had previously defeated top-seeded Fernando Belasteguín – Juan Tello in the semi-finals. Nieto and Sanz’s hunger pushed them to get the win (6-1, 6-4) and write a historic chapter in their careers.

Triay and Fernández go back to back

Third-seeded pair Gemma Triay and Claudia Fernández were coming off their first title of the season when they lifted the champions trophy in Santiago, Chile. With that win under their belt and the absence of the top two seeds Paula Josemaría – Ariana Sánchez and Bea González – Delfina Brea, they entered the Bordeaux P2 as the favourites to win, and they fulfilled the expectations.
Triay – Fernández didn’t lose a single set en route to the trophy. In the quarter-finals, they beat eighth-seeded Lorena Rufo and Beatriz Caldera (6-3, 6-4). The semi-finals match was a rendition of the Santiago P1 final between Triay – Fernández and fifth-seeded Patricia Llaguno – Lucía Sainz. This match had a similar outcome to the one in Santiago, with Triay – Fernández coming out on top, 6-3, 6-2.
Claudia Fernandez Sanchez (L) and Gemma Triay Pons of Spain compete during the Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel in Doha, Qatar on March 7, 2024.

Gemma Triay and Claudia Fernández won their second consecutive trophy

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In the final, Gemma and Claudia faced another pair among the favourites to win in Bordeaux: second-seeded Marta Ortega – Verónica Virseda. Triay – Fernández left no room for doubt and lifted their second consecutive trophy after a hard-fought battle: 7-5, 7-5.

Coming up: Italy Major

Premier Padel will now head to Rome for the second major of the year (after the Doha major at the beginning of March) and one of the most iconic tournaments of the season. The timeless Foro Italico will witness the best padel in the world from June 17–23.
This event will be the first of two straight in Italy, where padel is experiencing remarkable rates of growth. It will be followed by the Genova P2 on July 2-7. Italy will also host the Milano P1 on December 2-8.