In another initiative for the growth and diffusion of pádel worldwide, the monegasque businessman, Fabrice Pastor, has installed a pádel court in the Port of Monaco.
Today, with the mayor of the Principality, George Marsan, they inaugurated the court that will be open to the general public until August, 25
Pastor stood out that “it is another bet to publicize this sport that captivates us so much and that perhaps not many know.”
Visitors can enjoy from 14 to 19 hours of various activities and lessons with professional trainers, while from 19 to 21 hours the court will be reserved for members of the Padel Monegasque Association.
In addition, Pastor announced that on Sunday, August 18, the final of the P1000 tournament of the French Tennis Federation will be played there, which will be played throughout the week at the Tennis Padel Soleil club.
The monegasque businessman, who for many years supports the development of pádel in different countries and the professional career of several players, has recently been elected as president of the Continental American Padel Federation and projects for the next year the development of a large circuit in the entire American continent