A1 Padel announces its schedule for the 2024 season

  • March 19, 2024

A1 Padel has unveiled its official calendar for the 2024 season, which will feature a minimum of 18 tournaments. Following the successful debut at the Puebla Open (Mexico) and amidst the CMB Monaco Master, the circuit has announced the events for the entire year, which will reach new countries such as Chile, Italy, and Portugal.

A1 Padel continues its international expansion, one of the goals set since its creation. Evidence of this is that this season it will reach a minimum of 10 countries, with the possibility of increasing this number, as a dozen requests to organize a tournament are still on the waiting list.

This week, all eyes are focused on the already legendary CMB Monaco Master tournament, which with its new format will extend over ten days, until next Sunday, March 24th. After that, the tour will continue in South America, with A1 Padel's first visit to Chile (from April 15th to 21st). The San Cristóbal Polo Club, located in the Chilean capital, will host this second Open of the season.

The Mexico Open has been postponed to the month of May (from the 13th to the 19th), and then, starting on the 27th of that month, the first tournament in Spanish territory will be held, the Madrid Community Open. Additionally, two other events in Spanish territory are confirmed: from June 17th to the 23rd in Catalonia and the following week (from the 24th to the 30th) in the Galician city of Pontevedra.

During the first week of July, Italy will host a tournament on the circuit for the first time, before heading to the United States, where an Open and a Master event are planned, with the latter in the city of Texas. In August, another legendary venue on the circuit, the River Plate Stadium (Buenos Aires, Argentina), will welcome the stars of A1 Padel (from the 16th to the 25th), while the return to Mexican soil will be in September, with the Torreon Open (from the 16th to the 22nd).

The first week of October will host the second edition of one of the most successful events of 2023, the Panama Open, while from the 11th to the 20th of October, another major event of the circuit is already confirmed, the Santander Sevilla Master, which this year changes venue and will have the main stage at the San Pablo Sports Complex. To close out an October filled with paddle, the circuit will arrive in Portugal for the first time in the last week, specifically in Porto, with what would be the final Open of the season.

The last two events before the December Master Final will be held in Argentina and France. From November 1st to the 10th, another Master will take place in Argentina, while from November 15th to the 24th, the Grand Master of France will be held.

Finally, it is worth noting that this is a preliminary calendar, as there are 12 pending requests for confirmation that will depend on the availability of dates, including new venues in Asia and Africa.

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