The first tournament in history in Brazil has come to an end. The Sao Paulo Padel Open has finished with the two strongest couples fighting for the title. A duel between the best Spanish duo in history, Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón, and one of the best of the season, Uri Botello and Javi Ruiz. A 100% Spanish final for the first time in World Padel Tour.

Firm in their service both pairs started the match, until in the fifth game they stepped forward Botello and Ruiz to take the first break of the match. They were going to consolidate that advantage the Melilla and the Andalusian, who achieved thanks to their solidity over 20x10 surpass the number 2 of the tournament. So much so that they managed to break again the serve of the Andalusian team in the seventh to close the first round with a resounding 6-2.

The development of the second set was going to be very different, with a much more successful Paquito and Juan. An early break in his favor was going to mark the future of a set in which Javi and Uri were going to try to end the match by all means. But supported by the punch of the Wolf and the precision of Navarro, they recovered the good feelings to force the third set with a 6-3.

Confirming those good feelings started the last chapter Paquito and Juan, who soon managed to impose the pace of the meeting again. With two breaks at the beginning and taking advantage of the fact that the fatigue made a dent in their rivals, they culminated the comeback with a 6-2 and became the first couple in history to lift a title in Brazil. Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón, winners of the Sao Paulo Padel Open 2019.

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