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French National Table Tennis Championships 2022

Championnats de France 2022 was the 92nd time that France’s annual national championship was held. The best French players, 48 men and 48 women each, were chosen by the French national federation to take part. The championship was held in Mouilleron-le-Captif, France, over one weekend (June 24–26, 2022).
Men and women competed for medals in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.


Championnats de France Seniors 2022
FFTT | FranceLa Roche-sur-Yon, France
6/24/2022 to 6/26/2022

Men’s singles

Women’s singles

Men’s doubles

Women’s doubles

Mixed doubles

New hope for France

Prithika Pavade wins her first title of Senior French Champion in singles! She triumphs against Jia Nan Yuan 4-0.
At 17, this is probably the first title in a long series for her, congratulations Prithika!

Prithika Pavade - new hope for France
Prithika Pavade – new hope for France

Alexis Lebrun also won his first title of Senior French Champion in singles!
The Montpellier player delivered the perfect match to afford the three-time winner Simon Gauzy!
In the space of 6 months, he won 3 French Champion titles at 3 different tables! Congratulations Alexis!

Alexis Lebrun will be the new leader for France and for Europe!

Alexis Lebrun - new champion of France
Alexis Lebrun – new champion of France


Here is the medalist and the podium:





Men’s singles Lebrun Alexis

Gauzy Simon

Lebrun Felix

Cassin Alexandre

Women’s singles

Pavade Prithika

Yuan Jia Nan

Lutz Charlotte

Guisnel Oceane

Men’s doubles

Lebrun Felix/
Cova Laurent

Brossier Benjamin/
Hachard Antoine

Bourrassaud Florian/
Picard Vincent

Le Breton Thomas/
Lorentz Romain

Women’s doubles

Pavade Prithika/
Lutz Camille

Mostafavi Leili/
Zarif Audrey

Cok Isa/
Lutz Charlotte

Guisnel Oceane/
Migot Marie

Mixed doubles

Lebrun Alexis/
Lutz Camille

Lebrun Felix/
Mostafavi Leili

Petiot Jeremy/
Mostafavi Leili

Dorr Esteban/
Chasselin Pauline

Playing system

Men’s and women’s singles

48 qualified players and players: The first 16 best-rated qualified directly to the 1/16 finals.
Players and players between the ranking of 17 and 48 have competed since the 1/32 finals.

The classic knockout scheme was used. All matches are played in the best of 7 games.

Men’s and women’s doubles

The first 8 best-rated qualified directly to the 1/8 finals. Pairs who took 9-24 places competed starting from the 1/16 finals.
The classic knockout scheme was used. All matches played in the best of 5 games

Men’s Single Final



Most important moments

In the men’s and women’s singles draws, the round of 16 took place at the end of the morning with two enticing shocks scheduled at the same time. Among the gentlemen, Félix Lebrun was opposed to Can Akkuzu. He managed his game to perfection to win with authority, 4 sets to nil.

The other shock could very well have taken place in the semi-finals as the level was raised between two players who aspired to play this Sunday. Camille Lutz found Océane Guisnel and it was the latter who won in 7 rounds! A tense encounter until the last set (11-9) when Camille Lutz nevertheless led 3 sets to 2. The player from Poitiers was able to turn the tide to reach the quarter-finals.

Still with the ladies, Charlotte Lutz never stopped shining this Saturday and will be in the semi-finals tomorrow after winning her game against Pauline Chasselin with style (4-1). She will face Jia Nan Yuan again in Sunday’s match. Yuan has not lost a single round since entering the Vendéspace. The other semi-final will be played between Prithika Pavade and Océane Guisnel who each fought to obtain their ticket for the semis.

Among the gentlemen, we are also spoiled with two very big posters. Simon Gauzy will have to get rid of Alexandre Cassin to be able to access a new final. On the other hand, it would be a first for the Dionysian. The two players recently met at the Contender in Lima, Simon Gauzy winning 3-1. On the other side of the picture, a fratricidal duel awaits us. The young Lebrun brothers, Félix and Alexis are climbing up places in the world rankings week after week. After having played each other several times at the French Youth Championships, this is now the first time that they will face each other as seniors, and certainly not the last. Félix was notably eliminated in 5 sets the finalist of the last edition, Romain Ruiz.

Mixed Doubles

This Saturday at the Vendéspace, France, it was the day of the finals! At the end of the afternoon, the 3 finals of the doubles tables took place, while on the singles side the posters of the semi-finals are known.

Mixed Double champion
Mixed Double champion

The first final of the day was that of mixed doubles with the pair Alexis Lebrun and Lutz facing Felix Lebrun/L.Mostafavi. While they lost the first round, Camille and Alexis later took over and won the title (3-1). A deserved victory over the whole tournament.

The mixed doubles podium

1 – Alexis Lebrun & Camille Lutz
2 – Felix Lebrun & Leili Mostafavi
3 – Jérémy Petiot & Lucie Gauthier and Esteban Dorr & Pauline Chasselin

Women final

Prithika Pavade wins her first title of Senior French Champion in singles! She triumphs against Jia Nan Yuan 4-0.

Double Men’s Final

Following we find again Camille Lutz, associated with Prithika Pavade for the final of the women’s doubles against Leili Mostafavi and Audrey Zarif. The Lutz/Pavade duo dominated the first two sets unchallenged, before Mostafavi and Zarif recovered and won the third set. They finally gave in in the 4th set having shown a lot of fighting spirit. The two young players from the French team won their first title together and the second of the day for Camille Lutz!


The ladies’ doubles podium

1 – Prithika Pavade & Camille Lutz
2 – Leili Mostafavi & Audrey Zarif
3 – Marie Migot & Océane Guisnel and Charlotte Lutz & Isa Cok

The Ladies’ Doubles Table

In the men’s doubles final, we were treated to a F.Lebrun/L.Cova final against B.Brossier/A.Hachard. The two southerners, far from being favorites at the start of the tournament, won 3-0 after dominating the final head and shoulders. This is the first title in France in seniors for the two players.

The men’s doubles podium

1 – Felix Lebrun & Laurent Cova

2 – Antoine Hachard & Benjamin Brossier

3 – Vincent Picard & Florian Bourrassaud and Thomas Le Breton & Romain Lorentz


[1] Competitions on FFTT

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