Multiple top four seed suffer surprise thrashing in Cascais quarters! 09/09/2022 En Español Salazar and Triay knocked out by valiant Riera and Llaguno in Amsterdam! Tapia and Gutiérrez break duck in difficult Amsterdam Open round of 16 Brea and Navarro cause upset, Villalba injured in Amsterdam round of 16 Wildcards put up fights as Amsterdam Open 2022 gets underway Chile to host World Padel Tour for the first time in 2023! LIVE: Follow the first-ever Amsterdam Open 2022 for free and exclusively on WorldPadelTourTV! Amsterdam welcomes the best padel in the world for very first time Belasteguín and Coello win Madrid Master after dominant display in final Josemaría and Sánchez overcome final debutants Iglesias and Osoro to win Madrid Master Coello and Belasteguín final-bound, outlast Chingotto and Tello in Madrid Master Osoro and Iglesias beat twins in Madrid Master to make first-ever final! Ruiz and González make second final of the season in Madrid Master Friday's Cascais Open quarter-finals featured all top eight seeds at the Jardins Casino Estoril.There were several surprise results at centre court, with some top seeds being sent packing in straight sets.Find out how each match unravelled in the highlight videos below!Lima/Stupaczuk (4) vs Capra/Sánchez (8)The first of the four men's quarter-finals was between four South Americans as Pablo Lima and Franco Stupaczuk were in action against eight-seed Luciano Capra and Maximiliano Sánchez. Lebrón/Galán (1) vs Ruiz/González (6)Number ones and reigning champions in Portugal Juan Lebrón and Alejandro Galán stepped onto centre court against Alejandro Ruiz and Momo González in a rematch of the Marbella Master final. Gutiérrez/Tapia (3) vs Chingotto/Tello (5)Winners of the previous two tournaments pre-summer break, Agustín Tapia and Sanyo Gutiérrez looked to extend their streak of semi-final appearances against fellow Argentinians Fede Chingotto and Juan Tello. Di Nenno/Navarro (2) vs Coello/Belasteguín (7)Finally, two-seed Martín Di Nenno and Paquito Navarro were in action against young Arturo Coello and three-time winner in Portugal Fernando Belasteguín.