Padel: full schedule of all tournaments to watch and broadcasts

The professional padel season will start a frenetic year with tournaments all over the world. There will be three international circuits with 54 events: 27 on the World Padel Tour, 19 on A1 Padel (ex APT Padel Tour) and 8 on Premier Padel.

The renewed A1 Padel will kick off with the Cape Town Master in South Africa. With its core of players present and more than interesting matches. Meanwhile. WPT will debut with the Abu Dhabi Master (20-26 February) and Premier Padel, with the Qatar Major a week later.

Padel: full schedule of all tournaments to watch and broadcasts

Why are the World Padel Tour and Premier Padel on the same calendar? It’s because, in the main, the players that make up both circuits are the same: during the weeks off from WPT, Premier has announce -for the moment- eight events and maintains the expectation of adding some more. These athletes will travel 116,385 kilometres visiting 32 cities in 17 different countries.

The American continent will have 15 events. Four of which will be in Argentina: the WPT La Rioja Open (6 to 12 March), the A1 Buenos Aires Master (8 to 14 May). The Premier Mendoza P1 (31 July to 6 August) and the WPT Buenos Aires Master (13 to 19 November). The Mendoza event will be the one with the highest amount of price money: 300,000 euros in prize money.

Padel: full schedule of all tournaments to watch and broadcasts

Each circuit will have its own broadcasting policy. Always talking about viewers connecting from Argentina:

. A1 Padel will be broadcast in its entirety on STAR+. The particularity is that, as all the matches will be playe on a single court under the ‘next’ format, each of the matches will be shown on the small screen.

. World Padel Tour has develope its own application (World Padel Tour TV), which can be downloaded for free: it will broadcast the matches on centre court on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday -the auxiliary courts are not televised-. Meanwhile, Friday (quarter finals), Saturday (semi finals) and Sunday (finals) will be shown exclusively on DirecTV Sports.

. Premier Padel divides its broadcast depending on the courts. The main court is broadcast on STAR+, while the secondary courts can be seen openly on its YouTube channel.

In chronological order, each of the tournaments to be played in 2023 – by clicking you can read the final chronicle of those played to date.