Cordoba Open round of 32: smooth sailing for Coello and Bela

The men's Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open round of 32 is officially in the books, with the final six games taking place on Wednesday afternoon

Cordoba Open round of 32: smooth sailing for Coello and Bela

The men's side of the Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open round of 32 is now over, with the six remaining games now in the books. Here is an overview of what happened on Wednesday afternoon, with padel legend Fernando Belasteguín in action among others.

Click here to see what happened in the morning.

Belasteguín / Coello VS Gil / Moya (7-6 / 6-3)

The Palacio de Vista Alegre was the venue for the first game of the afternoon, which saw Fernando Belasteguín and Arturo Coello against Jesús Moya Sos and Xisco Gil. The game started off with both sides aggressively looking to break serve. This was achieved once by either side, cancelling each other out to the point a tie break was forced. This was won by the favourites Bela and Coello, the sixth seed in the tournament.

The second set was more straightforward for them, breaking serve two times in a row. Only playing their second tournament together, they made their way to the round of 16 with relative ease: 7-66-3.

Fernández / García VS Cepero / Méndez (6-2 / 4-6 / 6-1)

The Cordoba Open round of 32 continued with an all-Spanish brawl on the padel court took place on court 2, Antonio Fernández-Jose Antonio García and Álvaro Cepero-Rafael Méndez facing off. Fernández and García, who are 37th and 38th on the WPT rankings were electric to start this one off, racing to a quick 6-2 set one victory.

The second set was infinitely closer, with Cepero and Méndez getting one over on their rival to force a deciding frame on court 2. However, that final set was almost a repeat of the first, Fernández and García peppering their opponents with winners. The game finished 6-2, 4-6, 6-1.

Stupaczuk / Ruiz  VS Allemandi /Nieto (6-4 / 6-1)

Franco Stupaczuk and Álex Ruiz were fighting Adrián Allemandi and Coki Nieto for a ticket in the round of 16 of the Cordoba Open. Two Argentinian-Spanish duo's, the first set was one that was won in the finer margins. Stupa and Ruiz managed to break and see out the set 6-4.

The number five pairing in the world had an easier go at things in the second set, playing at an incredibly high level that their opponents simply could not match. They won in dominant fashion, 6-1 to be exact, to guarantee their place among the final 16.

READ: Cordoba Open round of 32 first six games' round-up

Yanguas / Lamperti  VS Sánchez / Valdés (6-1 / 6-2)

The second game on court 2 in the late afternoon, starting at 17:20 local time, was between Miguel Yanguas and Miguel Lamperti and qualifiers José David Sánchez and the Chilean Javier Valdés.

From the off, the vast difference in ranking showed as the two Miguels were utterly dominant on the 20 by 10. Sánchez and Valdés barely got a word in as the first set finished 6-1.

Perhaps tired from fighting in the qualifying stages, Sánchez and Valdés could not get a foothold in the second frame either. With multiple breaks against them, they had no answer for their opponents' play. No upset on court 2: 6-16-2.

Díaz / Lijo VS Solano / Esbri (6-0 / 6-3)

Two freshly formed pairs squared off in one of the final games on Wednesday for a place among the final 16. José Solano and Juanlu Esbri, who played three qualifying rounds on Monday and Tuesday, against Juan Martín Díaz and Pablo Lijó.

In perhaps the most one-sided game of the day, the Díaz-Lijo whirlwind was unstoppable. So much so that they won the opening frame 6-0.

While the second set was closer - which was not hard - it still looked like only one pair were going to make it through. In a game that did not even last an hour, it finished 6-0, 6-3.

Garrido / Campagnolo  VS Martínez / Zaratiegui (6-3 / 6-2)

There was one more place in the round of 16 left, and it was going to be battled out between Javi Garrido and Brailian Lucas Campagnolo against Javi Martínez and Íñigo Zaratiegui.

The Brazilian-Spanish partners played with a lot of intensity from the start, which allowed them to break their opponents and win 6-3 in the first set.

The intensity increased if anything in the second set, Martínez and Zaratiegui not allowed to mount a comeback. Several breaks later, and with about an hour gone, the game finished: 6-36-2.

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