Malaga quarter-finals: Tapia and Gutiérrez keep streak alive, locals shine on big stage 22/07/2022 En Español Watch: Top three men's points of the Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open 2022! Palau Sant Jordi to host Estrella Damm Master Final 2022 Gutiérrez and birthday boy Tapia claim Malaga Open title without dropping a single set Josemaría and Sánchez stop Salazar and Triay's winning streak to lift Malaga Open title Malaga semi-finals: Gutiérrez and Tapia reach consecutive finals for first time Salazar and Triay thrive in Malaga to make fifth consecutive final Efficient Lima and Stupaczuk dispatch giant slayers, make Malaga Open final Josemaría, Sánchez overcome Alayeto sisters to reach Malaga final Marta Marrero withdraws from Cervezas Victoria Málaga Open with illness Malaga Open quarter-finals: Injury puts twins through, 2021 final rematch! Top seed sends local hero packing in Malaga Round of 16 Historic upset in Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open round of 16! Friday at the Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open 2022 saw the men's quarter-finals take place, with three-seed Agustín Tapia and Sanyo Gutiérrez looking to keep their streak alive of making every semi-final this season.Besides that, local players Alejandro Ruiz and Momo González were too seeking to give their home town fans something worth cheering for.Watch all four match highlights below!Lima/Stupaczuk (4) vs Campagnolo/GarridoFirst up was the four-seed, consisting of Pablo Lima and Franco Stupaczuk, taking on Miami's finalists Lucas Campagnolo and Javi Garrido. Chingotto/Tello (5) vs Yanguas/NietoFive-seed Fede Chingotto and Juan Tello were in action next, the Argentinians taking on the young but dangerous duo of Miguel Yanguas and Coki Nieto. Gutiérrez/Tapia (3) vs Sanz/LampertiWith the one-seed and two-seed knocked out already, numbers three Sanyo Gutiérrez and Agustín Tapia can score a big points haul with a good result in Málaga. They played Jon Sanz and Miguel Lamperti in a bid to make yet another semi-final. Ruiz/González (7) vs Rubio/BenítezFinally, local boys Alejandro Ruiz and Momo González played in front of their home crowd against surprise package and qualifiers Gonzalo Rubio and Miguel Benítez.