Mashreq Padel Tour epitomises the growing popularity and enthusiasm for padel within the UAE.
The Mashreq Padel Tour, the country’s first dedicated community tournament series for amateurs, is set for its Abu Dhabi debut this month with the UAE Padel Association (UAEPA) confirming the sixth round of the year-long championship will take place from October 13-15 at Al Forsan International Sports Resort.
This exciting development follows the resounding success of previous events held in Dubai, Sharjah, and Ajman. This month’s round in the capital promises to feature an impressive line-up of competitors, with a spotlight shining specifically on the UAEPA-10 Men’s category.
“We are thrilled to bring the Mashreq Padel Tour to Abu Dhabi,” said Awatif Al Suwaidi, Head of Strategy and Development of the UAEPA.
“This move is testament to our commitment to spreading the joy of padel throughout the UAE and giving enthusiasts a platform to showcase their skills and passion for the sport.
“Our aim is to create an inclusive, competitive environment where players of all levels can enjoy the sport they love. The Abu Dhabi round will be a fantastic addition to the tour and we anticipate an incredible display of talent and sportsmanship, as well as an intriguing addition to the major international events hosted by the capital.”
Registration for the Abu Dhabi event is open now and will close on October 7.
Organisers urge players to register as early as possible so secure their spot in the competition.
Spanning an impressive 11 months, the Mashreq Padel Tour epitomises the growing popularity and enthusiasm for padel within the UAE, showcasing the sport’s vibrant community and serving as testament to the tireless efforts of the UAEPA in nurturing and promoting the sport at both the grassroots and competitive levels.
Established in 2014, the UAE Padel Association (UAEPA) governs the sport of Padel across the seven Emirates of the UAE. As part of its mission and commitment to increase competition, optimise commercial and fan engagement opportunities, and raise the competitiveness of domestic Padel, the UAEPA has implemented an expanded seasonal calendar of tournaments. The UAEPA works with a wide cross-section of government and private sector stakeholders to grow the game at all levels, from grassroots to the UAE national team.
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