Gutiérrez and Tapia strike Swedish gold as they become Malmö Padel Open winners Sanyo Gutiérrez and Agustín Tapia beat Martín Di Nenno and Paquito Navarro in straight sets at the Malmö Arena as they became the Areco Malmö Padel Open winners 14/11/2021 En Español Sanyo and Tapia upset Lebrón and Galán again in epic Buenos Aires Padel Master semi-final Unstoppable Navarro and Di Nenno impose their will in Buenos Aires Master semi-final Argentinian heroes bested as Buenos Aires Master quarter-finals come to conclusion Buenos Aires Master R16: Top two pairs pushed to edge of elimination! LIVE: Watch the Buenos Aires Padel Master final for free! Buenos Aires Master round of 16 starts with action and excitement Top dogs get going as Buenos Aires Padel Master round of 32 concludes Legend Seba Nerone bids farewell as Buenos Aires Padel Master gets underway World Padel Tour returns to Argentina 2022 World Padel Tour season to start with spectacular Miami Padel Open Record-breaking Malmö Padel Open crowd makes history Brussels Padel Open added to 2022 World Padel Tour calendar Daniel Sanyo Gutiérrez and Agustín Tapia have claimed their first tournament as a pairing as the Argentinians beat in-form Martín di Nenno and Paquito Navarro to become the Areco Malmö Padel Open winners of 2021. In only their third tournament since joining forces, the third seed swept Di Nenno and Navarro in the second set in a match lasting around an hour and a half.For Gutiérrez, it was his fourth tournament win of 2021, winning his previous three with Fernando Belasteguín, and his 34th in World Padel Tour trophy in total.Only Bela and Pablo Lima, with 62 and 49 each respectively, have more. Tapia now has three titles in 2021, winning his previous two with the Brazilian Lima.READ: Perfect Sánchez and Josemaría dispatch Brea and Icardo, crowned women's Malmö Padel Open championsUnlikely Malmö Padel Open winnersWith a filled out Malmö Arena as the venue, Di Nenno and Navarro were attacking. They twice took a break's advantage but Sanyo and Tapia twice came back. Only taking the lead for the first time in the match at 6-5, they broke serve to come back and make it 7-5.The second set was closer than the scoreline may suggest. With four of the six games going to a Gold Point, Gutiérrez and Tapia won all of them, not giving Navarro and Di Nenno a single game.MALMÖ MADNESS!#WPTMalmöOpen?? pic.twitter.com/QfvM0vHy43— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) November 14, 2021They completed the sweep to win their first final in what was only their third tournament as a duo.Daniel Sanyo Gutiérrez and Agustín Tapia, the Areco Malmö Padel Open winners of 2021!