Premier Padel

Here is the Premier Padel calendar for the 2023 season


The 2023 calendar for the Premier Padel circuit was finally announced, with eight confirmed tournaments. The venues will be the same as last season, although the dates will change.

Premier Padel has announced its 2023 World Tour, which this year will once again tour the five continents with (at least) eight tournaments.

There will be four Major tournaments and four P1 tournaments, and the circuit will return to historic venues such as the Foro Italico or Roland Garros.

The season will once again kick off in Doha with the Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel at the Khalifa Tennis & Squash complex from 26 February to 6 March, before moving to Europe for the Italy Premier Padel Major at the Foro Italico from 10-16 July.

After Rome, the tournament will travel to Spain for the first P1 event of the season. The Madrid Premier Padel P1 will take place from the 17th to the 23rd of July.

After that, the circuit will head to Argentina for the Mendoza Premier Padel P1 from 31 July to 6 August, before returning to Europe for the third Major of the season: The Greenweez Paris Premier Padel Major, which will take place at the world-renowned Stade Roland Garros from 4-10 September.

The Premier Padel P1 in Egypt will be held between 30 October and 5 November.

The last Major of the year will take Premier Padel back to the birthplace of padel: Mexico. The Monterrey Premier Padel Major will take place between 27 November and 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 is going to be an incredible year for professional and amateur padel thanks to the number of Premier Padel events worldwide” 

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.

"Premier Padel has proven to be an international tour with first class facilities and venues that sees professionalism as a cornerstone of its organisation. Both the PPA and its members are looking forward to the start of the season with the Major in Qatar at the end of this month." Announced The Board of Directors of the Professional Padel Association (PPA)

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

Here is the complete calendar:

  • Qatar Major – 26 feb/5 Mar
  • Itay Major – 10/16 Jul
  • Madrid P1 – 17/23 Jul
  • Mendoza P1 – 31 Jul/6 Aug
  • Paris Major – 4/10 sep
  • Egypt P1 – 30 Oct/5 Nov
  • Mexico Major – 27 Nov/3 Dec
  • Milano P1 – 4/10 Dec.
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