Bea González, a state of the art airplane At the age of 16, she's taken part in two quarter finals in 2018 18/04/2018 En Español Menorca shines with the best padel in the world Follow live the Sardegna Open 2020 finals The day at the Sardegna Open, scheduled to resume at 3:00 p.m. Play Suspended at the Sardegna Open 2020 Play Suspended at the Sardegna Open 2020 Rain Delay in the Sardegna Open 2020 The 3 Best ADESLAS Points of the Estrella Damm València Open The 3 Best Female Points of the Estrella Damm València Open Follow live in English the finals of the Estrella Damm València Open The die is cast for the Estrella Damm València Open 2020 Lucas Campagnolo misses the Estrella Damm València Open 2020 due to injury The best moments in the Madrid Arena She still isn't an adult age-wise. We're talking about one of padel's biggest gems that is already going toe to toe with the best. Born in Malaga, Beatriz González was already playing on the World Padel Tour at the age of 14. In 2017 she consolidated herself on tour and in 2018 she has reached the quarter finals in the first two events.This year she's joined paths with the experienced Cata Tenorio, who also has an important amout of points. At the age of 16 we are witnessing her potential on court. Agile, quick and possessing a variety of strokes. Precise with her smash and effective at the net. In the words of her coach Manu Martin, Bea is an 'airplane'.