Teréga
The Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées: an event at the heart of our territory.

Social responsibility

The Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées: an event at the heart of our territory.

Since 2019

Since 2019, Teréga has been working in partnership with Jérémy Chardy, the City of Pau and the Pau Béarn Pyrénées urban area to create the city’s first Tennis Open.

Logo Open Pau Pyrénées

Objectives

The Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées is an opportunity for Teréga and the tournament organisers to promote tennis in our region through an internationally recognised tennis open.

Objective n°1

To promote

tennis in the South-West

Objective n°2

To invigorate

the local economy

Objective n°3

To organise

networking events on the sidelines of the tournament

Objective n°4

To strengthen

links between local authorities, businesses and the general public around sporting values

Objective n°5

To raise awareness

among the public about the energy transition, as an actor in that transition

Every year, the Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées (TOPP) has been an opportunity to discover or watch international players as part of the ATP Challenger Tour.

From 19 to 25 February 2024 the sixth edition of the Teréga Open Pau-Pyrénées was held at the Palais des sports. Known this year in “ATP Challenger 125”, the Open thus hosts players among the world's top 200. In this edition, Otto Virtanen, formerly 166ème in world ranking won the tournament.

Key figures of the tournament

32

singles players

16

doubles teams

46

matches

148 625€

in overall funding

Past tournament winners

2024 :

  • Single winner : Otto Virtanen

  • Doubles winners : Christian Harrison and Brandon Nakashima

2023 : 

  • Single winner: Luca Van Assche

  • Doubles winners: Dan Added and Albano Olivetti

2022 : 

  • Single winner: Quentin Halys

  • Doubles winners: Albano Olivetti and David Vega Hernandez

2021 : 

  • Single winner: Radu Albot

  • Doubles winners: Romain Arneodo and Tristan-Samuel Weissborn

2020:

  • Single winner: Ernests Gulbis

  • Doubles winners: Benjamin Bonzi and Antoine Hoang

2019:

  • Single winner: Alexander Bublik

  • Doubles winners: Adil Shamasdin and Scott Clayton

Slideshow

Official 2024 photo: winner Otto Virtanen and runner-up Leandro Riedi surrounded by François Bayrou, Dominique Mockly, Jérémy Chardy and the partners.

Official 2024 photo: winner Otto Virtanen and runner-up Leandro Riedi surrounded by François Bayrou, Dominique Mockly, Jérémy Chardy and the partners.

2023 official photo: winner Luca Van Assche

2023 official photo: winner Luca Van Assche

Friendly moment at TOPP

Dominique Mockly, CEO of Teréga with Jérémy Chardy and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

2022 official photo: winner Quentin Halys and finalist Vasek Pospisil pose with Eric Saubatte, Dominique Mockly, Audrey Roustan, Jérémy Chardy and other partners.

2022 official photo: winner Quentin Halys and finalist Vasek Pospisil pose with Eric Saubatte, Dominique Mockly, Audrey Roustan, Jérémy Chardy and other partners.

2020 official photo: winner Radu Albot and finalist Jiri Lehecka pose with Eliane Hébraud, Eric Saubatte, Dominique Mockly, Audrey Roustan, Alain Moreau, Jean-Yves Maisonnave and Jérémy Chardy.

2020 official photo: winner Radu Albot and finalist Jiri Lehecka pose with Eliane Hébraud, Eric Saubatte, Dominique Mockly, Audrey Roustan, Alain Moreau, Jean-Yves Maisonnave and Jérémy Chardy.

2020 official photo: winner Ernests Gulbis and finalist Jerzy Janowicz pose with Jérémy Chardy, Audrey Roustan, François Bayrou, Dominique Mockly, Geneviève Berge and Alain Moreau.

2020 official photo: winner Ernests Gulbis and finalist Jerzy Janowicz pose with Jérémy Chardy, Audrey Roustan, François Bayrou, Dominique Mockly, Geneviève Berge and Alain Moreau.

Knockabout between Teréga employees and Jérémy Chardy in 2020.

Knockabout between Teréga employees and Jérémy Chardy in 2020.

Event manager

Muriel Berard

muriel.berard@terega.fr

Partners and clients