By finishing 11th and 13th respectively in the Race to Mallorca which ended last weekend on the Alcanada course in Mallorca, Robin Sciot-Siegrist and Clément Sordet recovered a right of play on the DP World Tour l next year.
A return to the big circuit which confirms the potential of the two players.
Clément Sordet and Robin Sciot-Siegrist
Robin Sciot-Siegrist has shown great consistency this season by being the player with the most cuts (20 out of the 24 regular season tournaments he has played).
At the end, an excellent 11th place overall synonymous with a rise in the European elite. Despite the disappointment of a missed final, the left-hander feels better equipped for the next season. “I would have liked to have had a great last week on the Challenge Tour.
It's a shame that it ends on a week like this where I'm missing out because there were some good points to pick up. But I really wasn't into it, I tried with all my might but really it didn't want to. It's back in not long so I'm going to work well.
I'm really happy with my season, I'm a little mixed with my performance in this final, but of course I'm very happy to be back on the DP World Tour. I played there for two years, I'm starting to know the courses, I know how it goes, so I feel better armed and prepared than two or three years ago.
The second player with the most cuts in 2022 is none other than his compatriot Clément Sordet. The Lyonnais had quickly put himself in good condition by winning the SDC Open in South Africa in play-off at the end of March.
His final was weighed down by a terrible 80 (+8) in the wind on Friday but the Lyonnais relished his return to the fore. “There was just one day when I played very badly, the others I felt that something was missing to make a good scoring even if I made -5 the last day.
I feel that I still had some underfoot, it's up to me to erase all these little mistakes that I may have made to be really ready for next season. I'm super happy, it was a very long season, I'm super happy and I can't wait for next season.
I hope I can keep my card see more. I feel ready, there are two or three things to settle on my little game, especially in putting. I'm going to have a two-week break, I would have gone on vacation but the season is picking up fairly quickly and I'm going to South Africa for the start of the season.
There is not really a winter even if I really need one to physically rework and recharge the batteries. I will have a nice break from mid-December that will give me time to work”.