Internationals stand no chance in Danish Padel Open 2022 qualifying 16/05/2022 En Español 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 Atomic Twins out in Valladolid Master round of 32! The women's draw for the Danish Padel Open 2022 has been completed as the qualifying stages came to a conclusion on Monday evening.Four pairs have emerged from the weekend of action at the PadelPadel club in Odense and will be added to the star-studded main draw, which starts on Tuesday in Copenhagen.While many international - non-Spanish and Argentinian - were still in it, none of them could make it through. Here is what happened in the four women's finals on Monday!Ara Martínez and Jimena Velasco were first up, facing Alicia Blanco and Sara Ruiz in a tough match-up at the PadelPadel.The ranking's slight favourites Martínez and Velasco were just that bit better at the end of the first set, which they took 6-4.It had broken the resistance slightly for the second set, where it was much more one-sided. Araceli and Jimena were on top from start to finish and expressed this on the scoreboard. They won 6-1 to go through to the main draw, where they meet seven-seed Victoria Iglesias and Aranza Osoro.Melania Merino and Lorena Alonso were in action next, playing qualifying three-seed Ana Fernández and Arantxa Soriano.While the match was a levelled one, it would ultimately be decided in straight sets.Fernández and Soriano punched their ticket to the round of 32 after an hour and a half, winning 6-3 6-4.They will play Mapi Sánchez Alayeto and Sofia Araújo on Tuesday afternoon in Copenhagen.The two Martas Marta Barrero and Marta Caparros played two Italians next in Giulia Sussarello and Chiara Pappacena.A two-hour match, the temporary Italian pairing of Sussarello and Pappacena could not get a set against their Spanish foes. It finished 7-6(6) 6-4 to Barrero and Caparros, who will play Carla Mesa and Claudia Jensen in the round of 32 on Wednesday morning.Finally, Claudia Fernandez and Julieta Bidahorria faced Carlotta Casali and Patricia Martínez for a place among the 24 pairs in the round of 32.Fernandez and the Argentinian Bidahorria were much the stronger side from start to finish, despite playing a three-setter earlier on the day against Helena Wyckaert and Nicole Traviesa.It ended 6-1 6-2, and Fernandez/Bidahorria play wild cards Ida Jarlskog and Åsa Eriksson in the round of 32.