How the World Padel Tour rankings changed following the Cordoba Open

After the Cordoba Open finished on Sunday afternoon, find out how the World Padel Tour rankings have been shaken up.

How the World Padel Tour rankings changed following the Cordoba Open

The World Padel Tour rankings have been shaken up again with the Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open reaching its conclusion.

Francisco Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno won their second tournament of the season, granting them 1000 points each in the rankings. The same goes for Alejandra Salazar and Gemma Triay, who strengthened their place at the top of the women's table.

Men's World Padel Tour rankings

While they crashed out in the semi-finals, Juan Lebrón and Alejandro Galán remain number ones with a total of 12.785 points each.

Behind them, third-ranked Paquito Navarro and fourth-ranked Martín Di Nenno have closed the gap with their win on Andalusian soil. Navarro is now on 9.735 points, and his Argentinian counterpart on 9.550 points. With 3.700 points still available in 2021, Navarro and Di Nenno could mathematically still become number ones, but that chance is realistically very slim.

The only gainer inside the top ten is Fernando Belasteguín. The 42-year-old has leapfrogged his team-mate from earlier this season, Carlos Sanyo Gutiérrez, and is now fifth. Joint-fifth, that is, with another of his former partners in Agustín TapiaBela is now on 7.365 points, gaining two positions.

Looking down at the top 50, the biggest winners are Miguel Semmler and Javi Leal. Semmler has gained three places, now in 41st, while Leal rose as many places to become 44th.

Women's rankings

Winning five consecutive tournaments, Alejandra Salazar and Gemma Triay are now mathematically confirmed as 2021's number ones in the World Padel Tour rankings. Triay is on 15.480 points, while Salazar is now on 13.500 after the pair's eighth tournament win of the year.

Looking down, former number one Marta Marrero has barged her way back into the top ten after making the semi-finals in Cordoba. Now on 6.490 points, Marrero bumps down teenager Bea González to 11th after her round of 16 exit against French ace Alix Collombon.

She keeps rising up the rankings, now moving up to 23rd after making the quarter-finals. The biggest gainer in the top 50 is Brazilian Raquel Piltcher. Making the round of 16 in Cordoba, she moves up three places into 41st.

If you want to look at the full rankings for the men's and women's Circuit, click here!

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