Alisea Ledus Jaén Open 2019 Ale and Ari knock down the wall of 'Las Martas' They beat Ortega and Marrero for the first time 7-5 / 2-6 / 7-5 and win their second title 29/05/2019 En Español The Men's Top 10 points of the first half of the 2022 season The Tie Break that kept the Plaza Mayor of Valladolid in suspense The Women's Top 10 points of the first half of the 2022 season Benítez-Rubio VS Lebrón-Galán: spectacular Tie Break in Málaga The match of the amazing points in Reus Marta Ortega and Bea González conquered Denmark A heart-stopping Tie Break at the Fonteta! Franco Stupaczuk's point of the century! Tickets for the Cascais Padel Open 2022 are now on sale! Watch: Top three men's points of the Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open 2022! Palau Sant Jordi to host Estrella Damm Master Final 2022 Gutiérrez and birthday boy Tapia claim Malaga Open title without dropping a single set For the third time in the season a final faced Marta Marrero and Marta Ortega against Alejandra Salazar and Ariana Sánchez. The scenario, this time, was la Catedral de la Asunción, and at stake, the Alisea Ledus Jaén Open. The first two fell on the side of Las Martas, so Ale and Ari sought his revenge in Jaén. Both couples started strong with their service and in the fourth game the tables were still showing on the scoreboard. But soon a very solid Alejandra and a very concentrated Ariana were going to achieve the break in the fifth. A break that would consolidate, but the Martas were going to respond to them in the same way, to return the tie to the match. The equality then took hold of the last bars of the first set, which finally fell on the side of Manu Martin's girls 7-5.Las Martas reacted quickly in the second chapter and without giving hardly options to their rivals, they leaded the first four games. In the fifth, Ale and Ari recovered one of the missed breaks and cut distances minutes later adding their second game to the scoreboard. And although Sanchez and Salazar didn´t give up, Marrero and Ortega finally managed to force the third set with a convincing 2-6.The ones trained by Manu Martín started the last set in the best way, breaking the service of Las Martas and consolidating that initial advantage in the second game. Juan Alday tried to revert the situation, but Ari & Ale would keep that margin until the eighth, which saw the tie of the set by Marrero and Ortega. However, this time it was going to be Alejandra Salazar and Ariana Sánchez who put in another gear to win Las Martas for the first time with a 7-5 and lift their second title of the season.