Chingotto and Garrido make first semi-final together in Mexico Open

Chingotto and Garrido make first semi-final together in Mexico Open

Fede Chingotto and Javi Garrido have made their first semi-final as a couple after beating Jon Sanz and Lucas Campagnolo in Friday's Telcel Huawei Mexico Open 2022 quarter-finals.

This ends Campagnolo's hopes of making the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master Final, the Brazilian needing a title win to qualify.

The win also sets up an emotional encounter between Chingotto and Juan Tello on Saturday, the first time the long-time partners will face each other since splitting after seven years.

Check out all quarter-final highlights below!


Ruiz/Gonzalez (7) vs Rubio/Arroyo

The first of the four quarter-finals saw seven-seed Alejandro Ruiz and Momo Gonzalez looking for revenge against the couple that knocked them out in the Malmo round of 32 in Gonzalo Rubio and Alejandro Arroyo.


Lima/Stupaczuk (5) vs Capra/Sanchez (8)

Five-seed Pablo Lima and Franco Stupaczuk had not made a semi-final since Amsterdam, and they tried to break that duck against eight-seed Lucho Capra and Maxi Sanchez.


Navarro/Tello (4) vs Di Nenno/Nieto (6)

The highest seed left in the competition, fourth-ranked Paquito Navarro and Juan Tello squared off against Martin Di Nenno and Coki Nieto.


Chingotto/Garrido vs Sanz/Campagnolo

Finally, Fede Chingotto and Javi Garrido were in action against Jon Sanz and Garrido's former partner Lucas Campagnolo, the latter still mathematically able to reach the Master Final.

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