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How to Watch Professional Padel Tournaments in 2023

December 13, 2023
How to Watch Professional Padel Tournaments in 2023

Overview of padel tournaments

Padel is becoming increasingly popular around the world as both sport and entertainment. Watching professional padel tournaments can be a great way to learn more about the sport, pick up some tips and tricks from the best players, and enjoy some thrilling matches.

While in tennis, you have a clear hierarchy of tournaments as evidenced by the massive winnings and prestige associated with the Grand Slams of Wimbledon, Roland Garros, the US Open, and the Australian Open, the padel tournament landscape is changing rapidly as various organization vie to be the most important padel tournament.

This article will go over how to watch the main professional padel tournaments in 2023.

Premier Padel and World Padel Tour Calendar 2023
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The World Padel Tour

The World Padel Tour (WPT) is the most widely viewed international padel tournament. The tour was started in 2013, and it is managed by the leadership of Estrella Damm, the Spanish beer brand. It features the best male and female padel players from around the world competing in a series of tournaments around the globe throughout the year. The WPT is broadcast on television in many countries, and it can also be watched online.

Tune in to the next tournament to see the greats like Juan Lebron, Alejandro Gálan, Paquito Navarro, Sanyo Gutiérrez and Fernando Belasteguín as well as female players, such as Alejandra Salazar, Gemma Triay, Ariana Sánchez, Lucía Sainz and Marta Ortega. In general, womens' matches are played prior to mens' matches.

There are several ways to watch the WPT, including:

  1. WPT TV: WPT TV is the official streaming platform of the World Padel Tour. It offers live streaming of all WPT matches, as well as replays, highlights, and other content. Watchers can set up a free account on or on the iOS or Android WPT TV apps. Streaming is available in many countries. Access is limited in later stages of the tour in regions where the WPT has television broadcasting deals. The editor recommends the WPT TV iOS app for casting to Apple TV for the fully immersive experience.
  2. Social media: The WPT has a strong presence on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. Fans can follow the WPT on these platforms to get highlights of matches and other updates. Full matches are only available on WPT TV.
  3. TV broadcasting: The WPT is broadcast on television in many countries, including Spain, Argentina, and Mexico. Fans can check their local listings to find out which channels are showing the WPT in their area.

Premier Padel

Where to watch Premier Padel
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Premier Padel is the official global padel tour, governed by the International Padel Federation (FIP) and backed by the Professional Padel Association (PPA) and Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) in 2022. It features the highest-level padel male players in classic locations, such as Roland Garros near Paris, France, with the largest prizes and the highest production quality of all padel tournaments.

Premier Padel and the WPT are in discussions regarding how to create a collaboration that is best for players and viewers.

Premier Padel and the WPT collaboration

Premier Padel is broadcast on television in some regions, and it can also be watched online. There are several ways to watch the PPT online, including:

  1. The Premier Padel YouTube channel: Premier Padel live streams all of its tournaments on YouTube, but access is limited in regions where they have a TV broadcasting deals. This is the Editor’s preferred method of watching Premier Padel.
  2. TV channels: Premier Padel is broadcast on television in some countries, including Spain and Portugal. Fans can check their local listings to find out which channels are showing Premier Padel in their area. A summary of a recent tournament is below.

The A1 Padel Tour

A1 Padel Tour Calendar 2023

The A1 Padel Tour (formerly known as the All Padel Tour) is a smaller padel tournament series started in 2021 by Monaco-born Fabrice Pastor. It hosts professional players, one level down from Premier Padel and the WPT competing in events around Latin America, Europe and Africa throughout the year. The A1 Padel Tour can also be watched on YouTube.

Casting to your TV

Watching professional padel tournaments on a small screen can be enjoyable, but for an even more immersive experience, fans can cast the matches to their TV. There are several ways to do this, depending on the devices and platforms you are using.

  1. iOS app or Safari with AirPlay and an Apple TV: if you have an iPhone or iPad and an Apple TV, you can use AirPlay to cast the padel matches to your TV. Open the match in Safari on your iOS device, tap the AirPlay button, and select your Apple TV from the list of available devices.
  2. TV with Chromecast: If you have an Android phone or tablet and a TV with Chromecast, you can cast the padel matches to your TV using the Google Home app.
  3. Smart TVs and other devices: Many smart TVs and other streaming devices, such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV, have built-in web browsers that can be used to access the streaming platforms for professional padel tournaments. Simply open the browser and navigate to the appropriate website to watch the matches on your TV.

Using a VPN to Watch Tournaments in Different Regions

In some cases, fans may not be able to watch professional padel tournaments in their region due to licensing or broadcasting restrictions. However, using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) can allow access to the streams from anywhere in the world.

A VPN works by routing your internet traffic through a server in a different location, which can make it appear as if you are accessing the internet from that location. By using a VPN, fans can bypass geo-restrictions and access the streaming platforms for professional padel tournaments in other regions.

There are many VPN providers available, and some of the most popular ones are ExpressVPN and NordVPN. Fans can choose a provider and a server location in a country where the tournament is being broadcast to watch the matches.


Watching professional padel tournaments can be an exciting and informative experience for fans of the sport. With the availability of online streaming platforms, social media, and TV broadcasts, it is easier than ever to watch these tournaments from anywhere in the world. Additionally, casting the matches to a TV and using a VPN can enhance the viewing experience and allow fans to access streams in different regions. By following the tips outlined in this article, fans can enjoy the thrill of professional padel tournaments in 2023 and beyond.

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Where can I watch padel?

Depending on your location, full padel matches are available on the World Padel Tour TV website or app and the Premier Padel YouTube channel. Highlights are widely available on YouTube.

How long does the padel season run?

The professional padel season is long and constant with a tournament nearly every week from late February to mid-December. Many spectators are questioning whether this is good for the sport as many professionals have been out with injuries recently.

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