Marcello Jardim and Guga Vázquez will seek to reinvent themselves in 2019 The new duo accumulates experience and will also be able to work daily: both players live in Bilbao 12/02/2019 En Español El Top 5 de Patty Llaguno A shoulder injury will force Mapi Sánchez Alayeto to undergo surgery Early bird tickets for the London Padel Masters 2019 are already on sale! Raquel Segura and Laura Clergue will fight together in 2018 Virseda and Villalba will begin their journey together in 2019 Juan Martín Díaz's Top 5 from 2018 Tickets for the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 2019 are already on sale! Maxi Grabiel and Fernando Poggi, a 'grand reserve' mix for 2019 Mapi Sánchez Alayeto's Top 5 from 2018 Lacoste Watches, official World Padel Tour watch Cristian Gutiérrez's Top 5 from 2018 Jerónimo González will be the partner of Maty Marina in his reappearance Unlike in the previous season, one of the most traditional player in the World Padel Tour, Marcello Jardim, will not have any young talent emerging from the circuit under his tutelage. In 2019 the Brazilian will form a team with a player also of proven experience who wants to recover with Jardim part of the lost ground in 2018. We refer to Juan Manuel "Guga" Vázquez. A fighter who wants to claim in the elite of the best padel in the world.Juan Manuel Vázquez (Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 17/05/1985)Guga Vázquez spent last season sharing his destiny with different traveling companions, Cristian Germán Gutiérrez in the first instance to finish the course sharing track with Javier González Barahona. The Argentine went through ups and downs in a hard year due to the demand of the competition. A course that however would end with better feelings of how it started. His best result in the big events was the eight finals, but beyond the ranking, the objective of Guga in this year will be to compact his game with Jardim and recover confidence in his padel and the good feelings on the track. Intelligent and powerful, Vázquez has a broad offensive repertoire that he hopes to develop with a Brazilian padel legend like Marcello. Marcello Jardim (Santa María, Brasil. 14/07/1973)More than 20 years in the world elite give much, except to lose the appetite and the illusion to compete against the best. That is the secret of the eternal Marcello Jardim. The Brazilian will start this year with a new sports project in which he will not have a 'beginner' in the circuit under his tutelage. In 2018, Jardim would share destiny with Agustín Tapia. Until the injury of the promising player from Catamarca, Jardim had signed with Tapia a quarter-final as the best result. Later, Jardim would play with several companions; Pablo Lima, with whom he signed two other quarterfinals, Pedro San Román or Fernando Poggi. Looking to this 2019, the versatile Jardim, will seek once again that reinvention that allows him to continue competing in the world elite.