More changes of pairings for the Mijas Open

Important changes in the women's draw after Salazar's injury

More changes of pairings for the Mijas Open

Registration for the Cervezas Victoria Mijas-Costa del Sol Open ended today. A tournament with a lot of new pairings both in the men's and women's tournament, especially after Alejandra Salazar's injury in Valladolid. Here are all the changes:

MEN'S DRAW

There are no changes in the top 9 pairings but the Andalusian event will see some noteworthy new duos coming together. Such as Marcello Jardim who will play with Fede Quiles, while his former partners Juan Lebrón and Jordi Muñoz come together.

Maty Marina, who played his last tournament with Chico Gomes, will team up with Javier Concepción. The player from Madrid had been Gaby Reca's partner up until Valladolid and the veteran Argentine will now play alongside Aris Patiniotis. Patiniotis' former partner, Cristian German Gutiérrez, will now play with Raúl Díaz. Meaning that Raúl Marcos has had to move on to another partner in the shape of Adrián Blanco Antelo. This final movement has brought together Diego Ramos and Christian Fuster.

Here are all of the new pairings we will see on the Costa del Sol:

  • Marcello Jardim/Federico Quiles
  • Juan Lebrón/ Jordi Muñoz
  • Matias Marina/Javier Concepción
  • Gaby Reca/Aris Patiniotis
  • Cristian Germán Gutiérrez / Raúl Díaz
  • Adrián Blanco/Raúl Marcos
  • Diego Ramos/ Christian Fuster
  • Chico Gomes/Ernesto Moreno

 

WOMEN'S DRAW

After Alejandra Salazar's injury was confirmed, Marta Marrero will team up again with Cata Tenorio, who she partnered with in the early stages of her career. Victoria Iglesias, Tenorio's partner to date, will team up with Lucía Martínez who started the season with Carla Mesa and will now be the number 8 ranked pairing with Iglesias. Carla Mesa will partner Maite Gabarrús.

  • Marta Marrero/Cata Tenorio
  • Victoria Iglesias/Lucía Martínez
  • Carla Mesa/Maite Gabarrús

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