World Padel Tour add first French Padel Open to 2022 calendar Another international tournament has been added to the 2022 World Padel Tour calendar with the announcement of the first-ever French Padel Open. 15/01/2022 En Español Danish Padel Open 2022 underway with men's pre-qualifying Local survives in Danish Padel Open 2022 pre-qualifying Denmark and all five countries that host first-ever WPT Opens in 2022 Official: Danish Padel Open 2022 draw announced! Tickets, wild cards and venue: Everything you need to know about the Tampere Exhibition 2022 Royal Stage Hillerød to host inaugural Danish Padel Open Overview: The 16 local heroes who will feature at the Danish Padel Open Watch: Best Circus Brussels Padel Open women's points! Watch: Three best men's points in the Circus Brussels Padel Open 2022 Dominant Lebrón and Galán inaugural champions in Brussels Salazar, Triay outlast Riera and Llaguno to lift fourth 2022 title Lebrón and Galán dispatch Gutiérrez/Tapia again to reach Brussels final Another international tournament has been added to the 2022 World Padel Tour calendar with the announcement of the first-ever French Padel Open.The beautiful city of Toulouse will host the event, which will feature both the men's and women's circuits. It gives French World Padel Tour fans their first chance to watch the best players in the world in person. The tournament will be held at the Palais des Sports André-Brouat, with a capacity of 4,200 people.The French Padel Open will take place from June 15-19, in the middle of the season. One of the most requested events, an Open in France is finally here!The organization of this first edition of the French Padel Open belongs to the T&T Padel agency, founded by Tony Parker (4-time NBA champion), Teddy Riner (3-time Olympic gold medalist) and Robin Haziza (Captain of the French women's team), holders of the rights of the World Padel Tour in France.Toulouse is located in the south of France, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Known as the Village Rose, the pink city, Toulouse gets this name from the colour of the brick on many of the old buildings. This is accompanied by a real padel culture in the city, which will light up in mid-June when the best players all travel to compete for the French Padel Open title.?? Fait historique! Pour la première fois un joueur français jouera des seizièmes de finale du @WorldPadelTour. Énorme Ben Tison!?? ¡Histórico! Por primera vez un jugador francés disputará un cuadro final masculino de @WorldPadelTour ¡Gigante Ben Tison! #WPTVigoOpen? pic.twitter.com/AI4DEAm2oZ— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) May 11, 2021 Tony Parker asserted; "As a padel addict that I am, I am super proud to be able to participate in the growth of padel in France and see the best players in the world in action", and by Robin Haziza, "A dream is coming true, I am very happy to organize such an important event. I live in Barcelona and I hope to see a lot of Spanish fans in Toulouse, which is a beautiful city next to Spain".CANAL+ France to broadcast upcoming seasonsLast December, French fans could enjoy World Padel Tour right from their homes as Canal+ France broadcast the Estrella Damm Master Final 2021 for the first time ever.READ: CANAL+ acquires rights to World Padel TourThe audiovisual group has bought broadcasting rights for the coming seasons, where it will show World Padel Tour in a total of 62 territories. Among those are France, Poland, Monaco, Switzerland, Vietnam, Angola, Romania and Ethiopia.