Premier Padel™ calendar for the 2023 season

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The official global tour take place in five continents over at least eight tournaments in 2023. The venues will be the same as last season.
The season will once again begin in Doha with the Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel™ at the Khalifa Tennis & Squash complex from 26 February to 6 March.
the Italy Premier Padel™ Major at the Foro Italico from 10-16 July. Then, the Madrid Premier Padel™ P1 will take place from 17-23 July.
The tour then moves to Argentina for the Mendoza Premier Padel™ P1 from 31 July – 6 August.

The Greenweez Paris Premier Padel™ Major, which will take place at the Stade Roland Garros from 4-10 September.
Between the Majors will be a trip to the pyramids, the NEWGIZA Premier Padel™ P1 takes place between 30 October – 5 November.
The final Major of the year takes Premier Padel™ back to Mexico. The GNP Mexico Major Premier Padel™ takes places from 27 November – 3 December.

The finale of Premier Padel’s 2023 season will be in Italy with the Milano Premier Padel™ P1 at the Allianz Cloud from 4-10 December.
Luigi Carraro, President of the International Padel Federation (FIP), said: “2023 will be an amazing year for padel at professional and amateur levels, supported by another spectacular set of Premier Padel™ events worldwide. I am delighted to see Premier Padel’s continued focus on players wellbeing as the tour builds on the great and amazing successes from last year. At FIP together with Premier Padel, the Professional Padel Association and our fans, we are excited to continue this incredible adventure together.”

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, Chairman of Premier Padel™ said: “We are delighted to announce our tournaments for 2023, returning to the cities and places which welcomed Premier Padel™ so warmly last year. As a tour fully focused on the athletes, players will always remain at the heart of everything we do. We look forward to another spectacular Premier Padel™ season.”
Majors will distribute €525,000 and award 2000 FIP points to the winners, while P1 events will distribute €300,000 in prize money and 1000 points to the champions.

The 2023 Premier Padel season will be broadcast live around the world in more than 180 territories ,ESPN ( South America, Central America, Mexico and Caribbean) Sky Sports (Italy, UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), beIN SORTS (MENA, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey),Via Play (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) , SuperSport (Sub-Saharan Africa), Canal+(France, Poland, Netherlands),and Charlton TV (Israel).