5 reasons not to miss the Estrella Damm Open 22/06/2020 En Español Follow live in English the finals of the Estrella Damm Open Delfi Brea, sick-leave for the final draw of the Estrella Damm Open The Estrella Damm Open kicks off with technical deployment 12 countries will be represented at the Estrella Damm Open 2020 The Estrella Damm Open 2020 shows its ways to the title They are back! All ready for the Estrella Damm Open 2020! Premium Selection: win from off the track The numbers 1 debut solo World Padel Tour official regulations and protocols now available in English World Padel Tour is back! Premium Selection: Drop Shot On June 28 and after almost four months stopped by the COVID-19 emergency, the competition returns to the blue heart of the World Padel Tour. One of the most awaited news for all circuit lovers, since the best players on the planet will once again feel the passion and fire of 20x10. The Estrella Damm Open will be held behind closed doors at the Madrid Arena and will mean the return of the competition and the start of the new normality in the maximum competition. Here are five reasons to follow the tournament closely, which will undoubtedly be the media focus of the sports world.The return of Juan Martín DíazWithout a doubt it is one of the main attractions of the resumption of competition. The 'Galician', already recovered from his knee injury, will debut in 2020 after more than a year stopped by the injury. The player from Mar del Plata did not force and did not play the first tournament of the year, so his return to the tracks has become a necessity for the spectator. Together with the Brazilian Lucas Campagnolo, he will fight to play the best possible role after that fateful day at the Open in Jaén in which the knee ligament was once again broken.Competition returnAfter 110 days from the last point in the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Open, the magic of the best padel in the world returns. It ends some very hard months in which the world has had to stop to stop an aggressive pandemic that has managed to put all continents of the planet earth in alarm. With the pertinent hygiene and sanitary measures, the starting gun will be given to the, at the moment, new normality of sports competitions. Everything will be marked by strict security measures for players and staff during the eight days of the tournament.Spectacular montage with five tracksThe most ambitious montage in the history of the World Padel Tour starts at the Madrid Arena. A total of five official tracks will be cited at the Madrid Arena, to host all the matches of the entire competition from the pre-qualifier to the grand final, both in the women's and men's draws. The central will host two tracks and the Multi-purpose Satellite Pavilion will host three other official tracks, opening up the possibility of up to five simultaneous matches being disputed and thus guaranteeing that the Open dispute is complete, with the pre-preliminary and preliminary phases in all its extension.The new race for number oneThe Official World Padel Tour Ranking will remain frozen until January 2021, being replaced in 2020 by the “World Padel Tour 2020 Race by Cupra”, which will be updated by adding the points obtained in the races held in 2020 (only Master and Open, including the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Master 2020), in order to classify the 16 best players to compete in the Estrella Damm Master Final 2020.'Mega summaries' and high definition broadcastingFrom the first round of the final table we can enjoy extensive summaries of what happens on each track of the tournament. Up to five simultaneous matches will take place in the Madrid Arena and thanks to the official channels of the circuit, you can be informed of what happens on each track through chronicles, photos and videos. It also returns the broadcast in high definition by the official streaming of the World Padel Tour. Twelve men's and women's games will become the luxurious menu of the weekend.