Premier Padel

Everything you need to know about the Lotto Brussels P2: rankings, brackets, prizes, and TV


Premier Padel arrives in Brussels to compete in its fifth tournament of the year. Here we provide you with everything you need to know about this tournament, which will feature the debut of many pairs and will be the first for Lebrón and Paquito in their version 2.0.


The Brussels tournament is a P2 event, meaning that the champions will earn 500 points for the ranking, which is tighter than ever. The finalists will receive 300 points, the semifinalists 180, and the quarterfinalists 90.

P2 tournaments are the lowest-ranking events within Premier Padel, thus they distribute fewer points.


The event will take place at Gare Maritime, the venue where the World Padel Tour had been organized in previous years. It will be the third consecutive year that the Belgian city hosts the superstars, although it will be the first time under the auspices of Premier Padel.

Top 4

The major novelty of this tournament will be the debut of Lebrón and Paquito Navarro. The Superpibes will pay the price for the split between Lebrón and Galán and will descend to the fourth position in the rankings. In the women's category, Paula Josemaría and Ari Sánchez return to action after taking a break in the Venezuela P2.

1- Coello-Tapia
2- Lebrón - Paquito
3- Galán-Chingotto
4- Stupa-Di Nenno

1- Josemaría - Sánchez
2- González-Brea
3- Triay-Fernández
4- Icardo-Salazar


Lebrón and Paquito will start as the number 2 pair and will face Jaime Muñoz and Javier García in the first round. Meanwhile, Galán and Chingotto, the number 3 pair, will take on Edu Alonso and Alex Arroyo. If both pairs advance in the tournament, they would meet in the semifinals.

Access the complete brackets here.

Where to Watch - TV

The early rounds of the tournament can be watched on Premier Padel's YouTube channel. From the quarterfinals onwards, the Lotto Brussel P2 can only be enjoyed through Red Bull TV, a free download application.

Prize Money

The Lotto Brussels will distribute a total of €235,000.

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