A1 Padel’s CMB Monaco Master sets dates for spring tournament 

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A1 Padel’s CMB Monaco Master stage of the global series is to take place in front of the emblematic Casino de Monte-Carlo between Friday 15th and Sunday 24th March.  

After the victories of Julianoti-Rocafort in 2021, Barrera-Britos in 2022 and Chozas-Augsburger in 2023, all the great pairs on the circuit will be battling it out for the crown. The main favourites will be the circuit’s undisputed number ones, Dal Bianco-Arce, whose crushing dominance in 2023 – 10 titles in 16 tournaments – has forced all their great rivals to seek new partners for 2024. The CMB Monaco Master will be an opportunity for new pairs such as Alfonso-Aguirre or Torre-De Pascual to try and prove that they can fight for A1Padel’s reign.

The duration of the event, which will be the fourth edition of the tournament to be held in the hometown of A1 Padel’s president and founder, Fabrice Pastor, has been extended in 2024. The shake-up to the schedule will allow fans more chances to meet their idols and watch them play as well as provide additional on-court opportunities for budding padel players.  

The A1 Padel circuit, formerly known as the APT Padel Tour, was launched by Pastor back in 2020, but the inaugural schedule had to be pushed back to 2021 in the wake of the pandemic. During the first full year of events, more than 40 tournaments were held in 11 countries around the world. Some 772 professional players, men and women, took part. 

The Monaco leg of the tournament follows the opening Mexico event, which will be held in Puebla from 26th February to 3rd March. 

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Photo courtesy of A1 Padel. This article was originally published 10th January 2024.