Player Entry Open | IWT French Open & IWT Polish Open

Two more tournaments have opened their entries for the 2023 IWT season, the French and the Polish Open. Both tournaments will be held in March, the French open will be from 3-5 March and the Polish will be later that month from March 24-26. 

IWT French Open | March 3-5

The French Open will be taking place at Le Centre sportif Artur Ashe in Montreuil which is just outside of Paris. After a very successful tournament last year, we cannot wait to see what this year’s event will bring. 

The entry deadline is the 20th of February, and you can enter the tournament here

The tournament has only been open for a short week and it already has some promising entries! A total of 45 players have entered already and we are in for exciting matches. For the women world number 14 Nicol Eisler has already entered the draw, alongside country women Amandine Souin, and French players Pauline Cave and Marie Jaussein. The men’s Elite currently consists of Australian Eric Durand, French players Josselin Gadé and Mandrin Mouchet who just reached the final of the Thailand Open, Swiss players Nicolas Champond and Nicolas Lenggenhager, current world number 4, and Simon Vaclahovsky from Germany. 

IWT Polish Open | March 24-26

The Polish Open will be once again in Warsaw, Strefa Ruchu. It will be exciting to see the entry field this year, after the tournament has been upgraded from a Challenger to an IWT tournament. 

The tournament has only just opened up for entries, and we can already see Mandrin Mouchet was the first player to enter! The entry deadline is the 13th of March, and you can enter the tournament here

There is already some extra information available:

Tournament hotel

Hotel Cyprus *** which is located around 2km from the club. A shuttle bus will be provided in the morning. Taking a taxi from Warsaw airport would be the best option to get to the hotel and/or the club (uber is recommended) 

Player Party

A player party will take place on Saturday evening with the awards ceremony for the ended categories (Doubles, seniors and juniors) The event will end on Sunday around 2 p.m.

Food passes

Food passes will be available for lunches/dinners on site. There also is a sushi restaurant at the venue available at any time. 


Warsaw Old Town and King’s Castle are must sees, as well as the British Gardens Lazienki and the famous Copernicus Science Centre Enter now 

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