The wait is over. After the debut in Doha, Premier Padel makes a stopover in Romeat the Foro Italico with Italy Major Premier Padelaccording grand slam of this first season of the circuit sought and built by the International Federation, Qatar Sports Investments and the Players Association. Rome is unquestionably the capital of Italian padelthe cradle where this sport has grown exponentially after it was Bologna who baptized it in the early 2000s and attention to the event was very high from the moment of the announcement.
The paddle champions at the Foro Italico
All the best players in the world compete from today on 5 fields installed in the temple of Italian tennis, which crowned Djokovic for the umpteenth time just eight days ago at the end of a record week from all points of view. The ambition of the Major Premier Padel of Italy certainly cannot be to repeat the numbers of the Tennis Masters 1000, but no one is hiding. A veritable crowd bath is expected and the the weekend is already sold out for some time certifies that paddle tennis is already part of the social fabric.Galán-Lebrón, Navarro-Di Nenno, Belasteguín-Coello Y Chingotto Tello They are the most anticipated couples but, as the last stage of the World Padel Tour in Denmark shows, the surprises they are always just around the corner and the hope is that at least one of our boys will come out, still behind the Spanish-Argentine superpowers but very determined to sell dearly in front of the local fans.
On Sky Sport Tennis live every day of competition
Sky Sport Tennis will follow the event from the beginning, with two games a day live from 7pm until Thursday and then not miss anything on the weekend. Also, links to sky sport24 to flavor the history and breathe the atmosphere together with the many guests expected at the Foro Italico this week that will probably mark another fundamental step in the growth of padel worldwide.
The programming of the ITALY MAJOR PREMIER PADEL
Monday May 23
- 19 hours: First day: two games, Sky Sport Tennis and streaming NOW
tuesday may 24
- 19 hours: Second day – two games, Sky Sport Tennis and broadcast on NOW
Wednesday May 25
- 19 hours: Third day: two games, Sky Sport Tennis and streaming NOW
Thursday May 26
- 19 hours: Round of 16 – two games, Sky Sport Tennis and streaming NOW
friday 27 may
- 12 o’clock: Quarter finals – daytime session, Sky Sport Tennis and on NOW
- 19 hours: Quarter finals – afternoon session, Sky Sport Tennis and on NOW
saturday 28 may
- 19:00: Semifinals, Sky Sport Tennis and broadcast on NOW
Sunday May 29
- 19 hours: Final, Sky Sport Tennis and streaming NOW
Available on Sky Go, also in HD.