Marrero and Salazar win an epic quarter final against Marta and Ari They win a dramatic three setter in almost three hours 04/05/2018 En Español The 3 Best Recoveries of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master 2020 The 3 Best ADESLAS Male Points of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master 2020 The Best Female Points of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master 2020 Historical: The Estrella Damm Barcelona Master exceeded 4 million views Follow live in English the finals of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master Barcelona dresses up to receive the best padel in the world Gemma Triay plays at home These are the paths to the title of the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master 2020 The Estrella Damm Menorca Open, at 200 frames per second The 3 Best Female Points of the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2020 The Best Drop Shot Recoveries of the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2020 World Padel Show, edition Estrella Damm Menorca Open The action came to an end at Pádel Plaza with the last quarter final between the number 3 and 5 ranked pairings on the World Padel Tour.The winners of the recent Estrella Damm Alicante Open, Marta Marrero and Alejandra Salazar face off against Marta Ortega and Ariana Sánchez. The last quarter final would be the most evenly matched of them all. Two pairings that have already experienced long battles against each other. Marrero and Salazar broke in the ninth game to lead 5-4 and serve for the set, but Ortega and Sanchez rallied back to force a tiebreak. Here it was Rodrigo Ovide's pupils who came out on top to win the first set 7-6 in an hour and twenty minutes.Salazar and Marrero looked to turn things around in the second set. A tremendous start to the set saw them take the first three games. They switched up their game, playing more aggressively and looking to take control, and it paid off for them. Ortega and Sanchez got it back to 3-3 but Salazar and Marrero pulled ahead again right at the death and won the set 6-4. In the third set, Marta and Ari gained the first advantage by leading 3-2. This disappeared in the seventh game however and the match would have to be decided in a tiebreak. Marrero and Salazar made the most of their greater experience and won the match in 2 hours and 28 minutes.