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We've seen a number of changes of pairing in just six events this eason. We talked to an expert to find out the reasons behind so many break ups.
ADVANCE.- In a quick final, Majo and Mapi Sanchez Alayeto won the Valladolid Open, trofeo UVa, winning 6-1, 6-1 against Gemma Triay and Lucia Sainz. The men's final starts at 11:30 between the two best pairings on the World Padel Tour.
The number 1 and 4 pairings on the World Padel Tour will square off again for a place in the Valladolid Open final. Bela and Lima beat Fernando Poggi and Alvaro Cepero 6-3, 6-3, while Miguel Lamperti and Juani Mieres turned around an incredible match against Ramiro Moyano and Maxi Grabiel (3-6, 6-4, 6-1).
World Padel Tour Ranking
Last update on 11/07/2016
- Fernando Belasteguín
- Pablo Lima
- Carlos Daniel Gutiérrez
- Francisco Navarro Compán
- Juan Mieres Petruf
- María José Sánchez Alayeto
- María Pilar Sánchez Alayeto
- Alejandra Salazar Bengoechea
- Marta Marrero Marrero
- Elisabeth Amatriaín Armas
Best points Adeslas | World Padel Tour Valladolid Open 2016
Best points Adeslas | Estrella Damm Las Rozas Open 2016
Women's final Estrella Damm Las Rozas Open 2016
Men's final Estrella Damm Las Rozas Open 2016
Fernando Belasteguin talked with World Padel Tour after his defeat in the Estrella Damm Valencia Master semifinals. The number one congratulated his rivals for the victory, analyzed the failures committed by him and his partner Pablo Lima and he’s practicing again with only one goal: winning the Barcelona Master.
Although there are no significant changes in the World Padel Tour ranking first positions, the distance between Salazar-Marrero and the Sanchez Alayeto twins continues to shorten. In the men's category Sanyo Gutiérrez and Paquito Navarro increase their distance with Matías Díaz and Maxi Sánchez.
They know they're in the spotlight, as tends to happen to anyone on top of any sport. They play with the pressure from their opponents and the stands, like in Son Moix last Sunday. But Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima accept it and respond to their critics..."we play to win".Read