We are pleased to announce the confirmation of the date for the next big event of the International Padel Federation in 2021. The competition that we consider the most important in our sport, because it depends, to a large extent, that we have the future assured with many young players.

In the last edition, the final phase was completed with 16 national teams. This year we want to overcome that milestone, organizing the corresponding qualification.

The date selected to organize the XIII World Padel Juniors Championship 2021 is:

  • Week 38: From September 20 to 26, 2021

The deadline to receive all the candidatures for all those countries that wish to organize the event will be until February 26, 2021.

Once the candidatures have been received and evaluated, the Board of Directors will make the decision on the award of the chosen venue.

XII FIP European Padel Championship dates confirmed

Despite the complicated 2020 year, we are happy to announce the new date established for the next big International Padel Federation event in 2021. An event that will be part of all the competitions that the institution is aiming to organize. Soon, within the next weeks, will announce the confirmed dates for:

  • XIII FIP World Padel Juniors Championship 2021
  • II FIP World Padel Veterans Championship 2020
  • XV FIP World Padel Championship 2020

A calendar that will be composed as well with:



The motivation for this year is even bigger, trying to reach the maximum number of nations represented in these competitions.

Today we would like to share with all of you the date selected for:

XII FIP European Padel Championship 2021

  • Week 26. From June 28 to July 4, 2021

The candidatures will be received until January 31, 2021. Once the applications have been received and evaluated, the Board of Directors will announce the decision on the award of the chosen venue.


Cerdeña corona a Juan Martín y Pablo Lijó

Entrega premios CUPRA FIP Finals. | Foto: FIP

Son los reyes. Pablo Lijó y Juan Martín Díaz se coronaron este domingo en la final masculina del CUPRA FIP Finals y lo hicieron para poner el broche de oro a una soberbia participación en esta última prueba del CUPRA FIP Tour que se despedía del 2020 en la imponente isla de Cerdeña.

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Riera y Araujo, campeonas en Cerdeña

Entrega premios CUPRA FIP Finals. | Foto: FIP

El CUPRA FIP Finals ya tiene sus campeonas. La última prueba de este CUPRA FIP Tour 2020 puso el punto y final de forma oficial a la temporada y lo hizo como se merecía, en la pista. Y con los mejores protagonistas, las jugadoras. Dos elementos que este domingo iban a coincidir para dar por finalizado un evento que, sin duda, ha superado todas las expectativas.

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Supersábado en Cerdeña

Semifinales CUPRA FIP Finals. | Foto: FIP

Nada frena este CUPRA FIP Finals 2020. La última cita del CUPRA FIP Tour 2020 devora con velocidad de vértigo cada una de sus etapas y, casi sin tiempo para el respiro, ya ha consumido todas y cada una de sus rondas a excepción de la más importante: el domingo.

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Las parejas favoritas toman los cuartos de final del CUPRA FIP Finals

Cuartos de final CUPRA FIP Finals.

El CUPRA FIP Finals ya carbura a pleno motor. La prueba final del circuito CUPRA FIP Tour 2020 ha entrado este viernes en sus fases definitorias y lo ha hecho con una intensa y atractiva jornada de cuartos de final que repartiría los billetes a las tan esperadas semifinales con un claro protagonismo de las duplas favoritas y de la revelación del día, las jugadoras italianas Chiara Pappacena y Giulia Sussarello.

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El Cupra FIP Finals comienza a entrar en calor

CUPRA FIP Finals - Octavos de final

Comenzó el CUPRA FIP Finals. La última de las pruebas del circuito CUPRA FIP Tour 2020 dio el pistoletazo de salida de forma oficial a sus cuadros principales y lo hizo con una doble jornada que llenaría el jueves con el mejor pádel internacional.



Download: Spain joins the European Committee


Spain joins the European Committee

It has been almost a month and a half after the change of the structure within the Spanish Padel Federation and the new direction of the institution, in the country with the biggest number of players, is beginning to be remarkable.

After the appointment of the new Presidency and Board, the Spanish Padel Federation has shown its interest in the work for the development of Padel together with the official and most important institutions of our sport.

Therefore, we would like to congratulate José Pérez García, vice-president of the Spanish Padel Federation, for his new integration into the European Committee. Without a doubt, having the Spanish representation, with all the experience it can bring, will make our sport grow even more on the European continent.

From the International Padel Federation, we are happy to find that one of the Federations with more history in our sport wants to work and, therefore, go hand in hand with the officiality. A new stage for Padel, where the most important Federations in the World are already part of the European, American, and Asia-Pacific Committees actively cooperating, looking only for the good of Padel to achieve the common objectives set.

FIP RISE MONTEVIDEO: More than a tournament, a great event for hope



More than a tournament, a great event for hope


In August we get informed through the Uruguayan Padel Association (AAP) the reactivation of its calendar with strict security protocols.


The reactivation put the entire institution to work to recover the maximum number of tournaments of the annual calendar. This means that every two weeks the country has in different cities a stage of its different circuits and classifications for international events.


As a result of good work in tournaments, complying with the measures, they have made the government see that Padel is a safe sport, authorizing the realization of an international event.


Almost coinciding with the reactivation of the competition, the largest club in the country, Iguana Padel, strategically located in the capital Montevideo, was inaugurated. This confirms that Padel continues to grow steadily in a historic country of our sport.


The club will host its first major international event, thanks to the efforts of the Uruguayan Padel Association, from November 13 to 15 with a FIP RISE in men’s category. The most important characteristic of this tournament, apart from the important prize money of $ 3,000, is that the best national pair will participate directly in the CUPRA FIP FINALS on behalf of Uruguay.


Without a doubt, for the Padel community, especially for the American continents, it is a glimmer of hope. Since many countries are on the verge of restarting their competitions, having a “neighboring” country to look at will be able to demonstrate that our sport does not cause contagion as long as all the necessary measures are respected.