Belasteguin and Gutierrez reunite for 2023 season! 16/01/2023 En Español Tamara Icardo and Virginia Riera link arms for 2023 campaign Youngsters Javi Leal and Jon Sanz to challenger the WPT status quo in 2023 World Padel Tour celebrates ten years of passion Watch Alejandra Salazar's #Top5 from 2022! Watch: Sanyo Gutierrez's #Top5 points of the 2022 season! Four years and counting: Juan Lebron's dynasty at the top How the women's rankings look ahead of 2023 World Padel Tour season Exclusive: Finland works on the first purpose-built padel arena on Earth A look at the men's rankings to start the 2023 World Padel Tour season Watch: Gemma Triay's #Top5 points of 2022 Watch: Alejandro Galan's #Top5 points of 2022 Gemma Triay, the first number one for three straight seasons Argentinians 'Sanyo' Gutierrez and Fernando Belasteguin have announced they will reunite for the 2023 World Padel Tour season.Gutierrez and Bela played most of 2021 together before going their separate ways mid-season.The two former number ones of the world won three titles from four finals, and will again fight to become top dogs in WPT.After a flying start to the season, Gutierrez and Belasteguin's form was halted by an injury to the latter. After the Lugo Open, they split, Bela betting on young Arturo Coello while Sanyo linked up with Agustin Tapia.Fernando Belasteguin in 2022Belasteguin had an incredible season next to Coello, winning a total of three titles.Coello had never made a final before in his professional career, but disputed six next to the veteran Bela, winning half of them.After winning the Miami Padel Open to start the season, Bela and Coello would win back-to-back titles in Madrid and Amsterdam.They finished the campaign as the three-seed, crashing out in the first round of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master Final 2022.Gutierrez in 2022Gutierrez and Tapia mounted a proper challenge for the number one spot in the first half of the season.The Argentinians won five titles from five finals, and did not drop from the semi-finals in any of the first 13 events.Wins in Reus, Denmark, Austria, Valencia and Malaga saw them go in to the summer break just 800 points behind Juan Lebron and Alejandro Galan.Their stellar form disappeared in September, however, making two more finals for the remaining season but winning neither.