Get your early bird tickets to the first-ever Dubai Premier Padel P1 tournament

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All you need to know about the upcoming Dubai Premier Padel P1 tournament this November

The first-ever Dubai Premier Padel P1 tournament is coming to town this November, and you can now get your tickets!

The first phase of ticketing for the inaugural landmark event has officially begun. Available for just AED 60, make the most of the 20 per cent Early Bird discount available until 1 July, with Grandstand tickets from just AED 48.

Following a multi-year hosting agreement between the UAE Padel Association (UAEPA), the Department of Economy and Tourism (DET), Dubai Sports Council (DSC), Premier Padel, and Dubai-based Gallop Global, the emirate will host its maiden event of the world’s only official professional padel tour from 3-10 November on six purpose-built courts at Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium.

Dubai Premier Padel P1 is part of a 25-tournament season that visits 18 countries across five continents. With the world’s best players obligated to compete in P1 events, the likes of Arturo Coello, Ariana Sanchez Fallada, Juan Lebron, Alejandro Galan, Agustin Tapia, Franco Stupaczuk, Beatriz Gonzalez, and Delfina Brea are set to be among a field of 320 players, with separate formats for male and female pairings.

The accumulated prize pool for both categories is AED 1.89 million. With Fernando Belasteguin set to retire at the end of this season, it will also mark the final chance to catch the best player in Padel history competing in an official event in the UAE.

Don’t miss out!

For more information, visit Dubai Premier Padel



3-10 November


Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium


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