Brea/Marrero, Di Nenno/Nieto, Sainz/Icardo: Check out all of the new couples for the Menorca Open!

With the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2022 main draw getting underway on Tuesday, have a look at all of the new couples that have been formed for the tournament!

Brea/Marrero, Di Nenno/Nieto, Sainz/Icardo: Check out all of the new couples for the Menorca Open!

With the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2022 main draw getting underway on Tuesday, have a look at all of the new couples that have been formed for the tournament!

Many duos announced their splits after the Santander Open two weeks ago, most notably Martín Di Nenno and Paquito Navarro, who won the title in their final match together.

This logically caused a snowball effect in the rest of the men's Circuit, many couples also putting an end to their partnerships to capitalise on the opportunity to play with a higher-ranked player.

In the women's bracket, there were notable changes too in the registrations as two top-eight couples have decided to mix.

Men's Circuit: notable changes

After their split, Di Nenno and Navarro have both already found new partners. Di Nenno will play with Coki Nieto until the end of 2022, while Navarro will play the Menorca Open and Buenos Aires Padel Master with Nieto's former partner Mike Yanguas.

Navarro himself has clarified he will play with Yanguas for those two tournaments only. The 2019 number one of the world has yet to reveal who he will team up with for the other events, namely the Malmö Padel Open, the Mexico Open and the Estrella Damm Master Final.

Other notable changes have seen Javi Garrido and Lucas Campagnolo split up after a year together. Garrido will team up with Miguel Lamperti for Menorca and Buenos Aires. Lamperti will re-unite with Mike Yanguas for the remaining tournaments. Campa will return to the backhand position and team up with Jon Sanz.

Women's Circuit: notable changes

Unlike the men's Circuit, there was no snowball effect on the women's side of things when two top pairs announced their separation.

Delfi Brea and Tamara Icardo, who won two events alongside each other in 2021, called it a day after the Santander Open, the event they won last season.

Shortly after, former number ones Lucía Sainz and Marta Marrero too put a period behind their year-long partnership.

As often happens, the two couples have decided to mix for the remainder of the 2022 season: Brea with MarreroSainz with Icardo.

Brea and Marrero will form the sixth seed, while Sainz and Icardo will be the eighth-ranked couple.

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