Fever for the World Padel Tour in Brussels Robin Haziza acts as a reporter for a day and brings us the opinion of the Belgian public 14/09/2017 En Español Top 3 Women's Points of the Valladolid Master Caja Rural de Zamora 2022 Top 3 Men's Points of the Valladolid Master Caja Rural de Zamora 2022 Lebrón and Galán beat local Coello to win Valladolid Master 2022 Salazar and Triay defend crown after three sets, lift Valladolid Master title Belasteguín and local Coello take epic three-hour, three-set semi-final in Valladolid Sánchez and unwell Josemaría overcome Sainz and Marrero in Valladolid Master Lebrón and Galán outlast Chingotto and Tello to make eighth final Salazar and Triay get revenge on Ortega and González in Valladolid Master semis Valladolid Master: Ortega and González return to form Valladolid Master quarter-finals: Local boy Coello puts on show Valladolid Master Round of 16: Three-set galore for top seeds! Round of 16 round-up: Brea and Icardo dominate, Josemaría and Sánchez pushed to three The capital of Europe enjoyed the best padel in the world in the heart of Brussels. The event was very well received and the Beligan fans packed the stands with colour, excitemente and enthusiasm. Robin Haziza, France's number one player and a competitor on the World Padel Tour, acted as a reporter for a day and brought us the opinion of the Belgian public. The best tour in the world has conquered Belgium and Brussels is now one of the world's padel capitals.