The new owner of the Miami club: ”Look forward to building one of the strongest padel teams in North America”
The new American League has its third team. After Los Angeles and San Diego, Miami now has a team to be part of the Pro Padel League.
North America’s first professional padel league announce that Ronnie Strasser, President and Chief Investment Officer of Strasser Asset Management, has purchased the league’s Miami franchise.
That means the third team in the league is to start in 2023.
”I am grateful to the PPL for awarding me the Miami franchise and look forward to building one of the strongest Padel teams in North America,” says Ronnie Strasser, Owner of the Miami PPL franchise, in a press release.
Marcos del Pilar, Commissioner of the PPL:
”We are very happy to have someone of Ronnie Strasser’s stature associated with the PPL, and we are very excited that he is bringing a franchise to one of the most important cities for the growth of Padel.”
In the weeks ahead, PPL will be announcing other key cities that have been awarded franchises. The PPL’s inaugural season will kick off in the Spring of 2023 and conclude with the PPL CUP Championship.
About the Pro Padel League
The Pro Padel League (PPL) is North America’s first professional Padel Teams league. The PPL’s mission is to create a premier sports league providing a national stage for the sport while generating nationwide awareness and excitement for Padel as it continues to grow across North America. The PPL’s high-octane team competition will kick off in the Spring of 2023 with six teams or more and conclude with the PPL CUP, where the four best teams will compete for the title. During the first season, each team will consist of two male and two female players and will follow the international scoring format.