Mati Diaz and Ale Galan reach the summit in Valladolid Diaz and Galan win their first title together 24/06/2018 En Español Cordoba Open presentation: WPT travels south as season nears conclusion Cordoba Open pre-qualy round-up: Internationals still alive 5 reasons why you cannot miss the Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open 2021 Hometown hero Triay crowned Menorca Open MVP Galán reigns supreme to win Menorca Open MVP World Padel Slow, Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 edition LIVE: Watch the TAU Cerámica Alfafar Challenger 2021 online The Point of the Tournament at the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 Denmark to host World Padel Tour from 2022 with Danish Padel Open Tickets now on sale for the Estrella Damm Master Final 2021! Draw announced for Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open 2021 World Padel Show, Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 edition The men's final of the Valladolid Open 2018 pitted together Sanyo Gutiérrez - Maxi Sánchez and Matías Díaz - Alejandro Galán.The firs set was as tight as you'd expect it to be in a final. Maxi and Sanyo saved up to four break points thanks to their experimented and nerveless play throughout the set. Mati and Ale were finally rewarded in their fifth attempt. 50 minutes and ten games had gone by when they managed to break through and win the first set 7-5.The reaction from the Argentines didn't take long in coming. They needed to show what has taken them this far this season and they started playing like real world number one candidates. Winner after winner saw them take the second set 6-3.The third start in completely different fashion to the previous two. Diaz and Galan broke at the start and went up 3-0 in the blink of an eye. That was too much of a distance for Maxi and Sanyo to pull back. They fought but no one was going to deny Mati and Ale their first title as a pairing. They saved two break points as they served it out to win 6-3 in over two hours and 15 minutes. A momentous moment for Ale Galan, who won his first professional title. Mati Díaz and Alejandro Galán ,champions of the Valladolid Open 2018.