The final of the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 2019 in the men's circuit faced for the third time in this season two couples seeking their first title of the year. Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón after touching it in the last two tournaments; and Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima to confirm the improvement in the sensations after not being able to reach this instance neither in Logroño nor in Marbella.
Started sending in the score Bela and Lima, very concentrated, very involved in the game, knowing that if you give a chance to two players as talented as Paquito and Lebrón, can be saved. Padel barrage of the WPT couple 2 who shake their rivals matching game without they finding a defensive solution until the sixth game. By then Bela and Lima were 5-0 on the scoreboard and although the Spanish players managed to discount one of the breaks they had against, in the next of their serves, they closed the first set. 6-3 for the Brazilian-Argentinian couple.
Much more precise began the second set Navarro and Lebrón. Without despair when he is at the height of the third game, Bela and Lima will get an advantage on the scoreboard with a break for 2-1 and 3-1 with his subsequent serve. Mentalized in the comeback, as it happened in the clash of Marbella, they would level the contest in the 8th for the 4-4 that left open the outcome of the set and the match. The judge of the second set. The howl of the wolf resounded in the Pedro Ferrándiz. 7-6 for Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón.
The game had changed in a stroke. Lebrón and Paquito began to enjoy the track, they found their vertiginous game and they made Bela and Lima suffer. With the memory of Marbella in the head, a new comeback was breaking through. On two occasions the Andalusians did it in the third set to decide the final with a result of 6-2. Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón rise up with the title that had been elusive in the last two finals. The Hurricane of the Barrio de los Remedios and 'The Wolf' of El Puerto de Santa María, champions of the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 2019.