Five reasons not to miss the Córdoba Open 2019

Five reasons not to miss the Córdoba Open 2019

The third appointment from the end of the World Padel Tour season arrives. The best padel in the world will celebrate its last stage in Spain before the tournament tournament. From November 10 to 17, Córdoba will become the world capital of padel with the dispute of the Cervezas Victoria Córdoba Open 2019. The best players on the planet will seek to raise a very important title in this final stretch of the season. Next, we offer five compelling arguments so that no one is missing this appointment with the best padel in the world in a city that is a World Heritage Site.

The female throne at stake

Less than 1,000 points separate Marta Marrero (currently number one on the list) from Alejandra Salazar, who remains her most immediate persecutor. The fight for first place in the ranking of couples is also red hot. In the absence of just one appointment before the tournament tournament, the fight between Marta Ortega and Marta Marrero against Ale Salazar and Ariana Sánchez is in a fist. Everything can happen in this final stretch and Córdoba will play a fundamental role.

Race for number 1

Córdoba will be the starting point of a triple stage for the men's circuit, which will have the 'califal' city, Sao Paulo and Mexico as hot spots. Up to 6 players mathematically opt for that number one in the world. A privileged position that Sanyo Gutiérrez and Maxi Sánchez will try to safeguard against the harassment of Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón as well as Lima and Galán, who along with Fernando Belasteguín, are the only ones with mathematical possibilities to opt for that place. In Córdoba, we will see which duo is reinforced towards the American tour.

Master Final Places

In both categories, the race to become in the positions that entitle to dispute the Estrella Damm Master Final 2019, is red hot. But it is undoubtedly in the women's category, where the tournament is of paramount importance. Since it will be the last stage for many of the players. This tournament, Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter arrive occupying those privileged positions and with the intention of putting it in a safe place in the face of the thrust of Cata Tenorio, Victoria Iglesias and Alba Galán, who are today the best positioned players to assault those posts.

Last appointment for the women's circuit

What could be called "regular season" will end in Córdoba for the women's circuit. The end of the journey in 2019 for a good part of the participating players. It will only do "post season" for those classified to the Final Master. A fact, which will surely provide a special emotional charge for many of the duels seen in the Andalusian capital. Farewells, last duels and also last opportunities for many of the best players on the planet. The challenge will be to put the best possible rubric to what is already the most competitive year in the history of women's professional padel.

An expected reunion

On June 29, 2014, more than 5 years ago, that the last official World Padel Tour meeting took place in Cordoba. Thus, the dispute of this Cordoba Open 2019 will end a long wait for the Andalusian fans to the best padel in the world. A long-awaited return to the lands of the old 'califato', which will guarantee a spectacular atmosphere on the central track located in the Vista Alegre Pavilion of the Andalusian capital.

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