5 reasons to not miss the Buenos Aires Padel Master La Rural becomes the temple of padel for another year 06/11/2017 En Español Cordoba Open round of 32: smooth sailing for Coello and Bela Cordoba Open round of 32 check-up: Lima and Ruiz up and running All eight internationals crash out in Cordoba Open women's qualifiers Men's Cordoba Open qualifiers come to completion, one international through Cordoba Open presentation: WPT travels south as season nears conclusion Cordoba Open pre-qualy round-up: Internationals still alive 5 reasons why you cannot miss the Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open 2021 Hometown hero Triay crowned Menorca Open MVP Galán reigns supreme to win Menorca Open MVP World Padel Slow, Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 edition LIVE: Watch the TAU Cerámica Alfafar Challenger 2021 online The Point of the Tournament at the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 The excitement and magic of one of the most eagerly anticipated tournaments is just around the corner. The World Padel Tour returns to Argentina. The best players in the world visit a country that welcomes them with arms wide open. The Buenos Aires Padel Master comes at a decisive moment in the season. Here are five reasons to not miss a unique tournament:"King Bela"After conquering the title alongside Pablo Lima in 2016, the world number one, Fernando Belasteguín, returns to a special tournament for him. In front of his family, friends and compatriots, this living legend of padel wants to defend his title and take a step closer to consolidating the end of year number one ranking. An extra incentive for the local idol. We will keep an eye out on "King Bela" and his fight for the world padel crown.La RuralA unique, historic and emblematic setting in the Argentine capital. In the heart of Palermo, this enclosure will transform itself to become the epicentre of world padel. Two courts which have increased their capacity this year to hold even more fans. A cathedral of padel that will enjoy the arrival of the World Padel Tour once again. #SeVieneLaRuralMore points in playWith the change of format this season, handing out points at the Master Final for the first time, Masters now hand out more points, from 1500 to 1700 for the winners. This also increases the incentive for the almost 100 pairings that have signed up to the event in La Rural.Twelve candidatesIn this fight to qualify for the Master Final, the excitement is sky high in the race to finish among the top 16 to participate in the "tournament of tournaments". There are up to 12 candidates separated by a handful of points. The players ranked from 12th to 24th are separated by just 365 points. So the Buenos Aires Master will be key in this sense.The surprisesThe big setting usually comes with surprises. Witnessing upsets will be another incentive at this tournament. Last year, Nerone and Ruiz reached the semifinals, Stupaczuk flew at La Rural to reach the quarter finals for the first time and we also saw the young duo of Aris Patiniotis and Cristian Germán Gutiérrez burst on the scene. Who will provide the surprise this time? The answer comes from the 6th to the 12th of November at a tournament that leaves no one indifferent.