Pubblicato il 28 March 2024 da Redazione in Events, Monaco, Sport in Monaco

Padel Best Expo from April 7th at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco

Until April 9th, 2024, in Monte Carlo, the international event dedicated to the world of Padel
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From April 7th to 9th, 2024, the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco will be the stage for the prestigious international event dedicated to the world of Padel, organized by the Italian company BSG.

This is an unmissable opportunity for enthusiasts of this rapidly growing sport to come together for three days in an exceptional location and experience a unique event centered around their favorite discipline. It’s also a chance for passionate audiences to interact with various industry professionals present, including players, suppliers, and brands. Everyone is gathering in the Principality to honor the first edition of the PADEL BEST EXPO.


At the heart of this event is the Italian company BSG, based in Rome, led by Roberta Ceccarelli, who aims to promote the universality of Padel and the quality of its protagonists, both on and off the court.

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The PADEL BEST EXPO will be organized around three main conceptual axes.

The five competitions that will make up the GIVOVA FIVE PADEL CUP will include:


  • PADEL CUP CLUB, featuring international players selected through tournaments organized in various countries.
  • CLUB PADEL CUP YOUTH, highlighting the most promising young players from various international clubs.
  • WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT, featuring winners from tournaments organized by the WOMEN’S PADEL MOVEMENT, an association dedicated to amateur players.

During the event, several world sports legends will be present, including former AC Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko, winner of the Ballon d’Or in 2004 and ambassador for “Football for Ukraine”. A portion of the funds raised will be donated to his foundation.

The group Les Barbagiuans de Monaco, created by H.S.H. Prince Albert II and chaired by Louis Ducruet, will also participate in the competition. The two teams involved will consist of Manuel Vallaurio and Jordan Klein, finalists from last year, and the historic central pivot of AS MONACO, Sébastien Squillaci and Gaël Givet, who captured the imaginations of fans during the European saga in 2004.