Milan Premier Padel P1, at the Allianz Cloud from 4 to 10 December, women also on the pitch

The Milan tournament, the last Premier Padel of 2023, will be broadcast in over 180 countries

Milano Premier Padel P1 doubles. After the extraordinary public success of 2022, the appointment with the circuit governed by the International Padel Federation (FIP) with Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) returns to the Allianz Cloud from 4 to 10 December. And it returns with great news, which also characterized other stages of Premier Padel 2023: the women’s draw, with the strongest players in the world who will join the other champions of a global discipline that continues to grow in Italy and in the world in terms of members and structures. We therefore start again from the approximately 27 thousand spectators of the last edition – over 70% coming from all the regions of Italy and from abroad – for what will be the second Italian event of the season of the Premier Padel circuit, after the Bnl Italy Major Premier Padel played in Rome, at the Foro Italico, in July: the Milan tournament, the last Premier Padel of 2023, will be broadcast in over 180 different countries. The tournament is part of the already busy sporting agenda of the city of Milan, which in recent years has become a crucial hub for international competitive activity.

The strongest players in the world will take to the field for the first time in Milan and, among them, there will be the three winning couples of the three Premier Leagues played so far at women’s level: from Paula Josemaria and Ari Sanchez, queens of Paris and number one couple of the Fip ranking, to Marta Ortega and Gemma Triay (n° 2) who triumphed in Rome in the first ‘combined’ tournament in the history of Premier Padel, Delfina Brea (7) and Bea Gonzalez (5) who instead imposed themselves in Madrid. Also in the men’s draw the top of the discipline: From Arturo Coello – number 1 in the Fip ranking – and Agustin Tapia (6), winners of the last four stages of Premier Padel (Rome, Madrid, Mendoza and Paris) to Juan Lebron and Ale Galan, the reigning champions and number 2 in the world rankings. And again, Franco Stupaczuk (7) and Martin Di Nenno (4), Fede Chingotto (8) and the idol ‘Paquito’ Navarro (5), up to the ‘Leyenda’ Fernando Belasteguin (9), who paired with Mike Yanguas it spans over two generations of padel players. And it doesn’t end here because in the great Milanese sports show of the Premier Padel circuit – supported by PPA and IPPA, the associations of male and female players respectively – there will be all the best players in the FIP ranking.