Nox Future Academy takes a firm step in its commitment to Spanish talent

The Nox Future Academy (NFA) project, launched by the brand at the beginning of 2023, is gaining strenght with each passing month. A high performance padel academy that was created with the aim of training the new generations of stars of this sport and accompany them to the top in their careers as professional players, while training them in education and values.

The NFA provides the opportunity for selected Team Nox Junior players to advance in their development as professional athletes under the tutelage of Pablo Crosseti, the academy's sports coordinator, recognized for having taken Agustín Tapia to the top of the circuit. Along with his technical team, Crosseti works every day to maximize the skills of players like Tino Libaak or Leo Augsburger, as well as young promises such as Teo Gamondi or Facundo Dehnike.

Recently, NOX has celebrated a new addition in its academy with the incorporation of Manuel Aragon from Malaga, champion sub-16 of Spain in 2022 and European champion with the Spanish national team at the same year, who has joined the team of the NFA players as the first Spanish resident. A player distinguished for his fight and dedication on the court, who has moved to the province of Barcelona to continue advancing in his dream of becoming a professional.

NOX has also made it clear that it is committed to the future of Spanish padel with the incorporation of the Team Nox Junior player Marcel Font to the NFA training group. One of the names that is sounding more youth level in national territory, which among his best results so far highlights having ranked as the fourth best player in the European Junior Padel Championships held in 2022.

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