Navarro and Di Nenno give Allemandi and Nieto rude awakening in search of Malmö Padel Open glory The last of Saturday’s four Malmö Padel Open semi-finals saw numbers two Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno face underdogs Tito Allemandi and Coki Nieto. 13/11/2021 En Español Top two stunned in Danish Padel Open quarter-finals Several giant slayings in women's Danish Padel Open quarter-finals! Danish round of 16: Lebrón/Galán's three-setter, Swedish bubble burst Sweet revenge for Sánchez/Josemaría, top seeds up and running in Danish round of 16 Denmark round of 32: Windahl writes Swedish history, Campganolo suffers injury Danish round of 32 round-up: Ortega/González off to flying start, Claudia Fernández makes history LIVE: Follow the Danish Padel Open 2022 semi-finals LIVE on WorldPadelTourTV Men's Danish Padel Open 2022 underway with a bang Mapi and Araujo pass debut with flying colours in Danish Padel Open 2022 World Padel Tour touches down in Denmark for the first time ever! Danish Padel Open 2022 complete as qualifying concludes Internationals stand no chance in Danish Padel Open 2022 qualifying The last of Saturday’s four Malmö Padel Open semi-finals saw numbers two Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno face underdogs Tito Allemandi and Coki Nieto.The 11th seeded pair, Allemandi and Nieto had not made a semi-final before in 2021. They started off with intensity, matching their opponents, but quickly ran out of gas.?Rock 'n' Roll, @paquito_navarro! #WPTMalmöOpen?? pic.twitter.com/8iaNiTRmSG— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) November 13, 2021Pouncing on their pray, Di Nenno and Navarro took their chance to break twice and run away with the set 6-2.Rodri Ovide’s pair applied the same pressure from the start in the second set, and Allemandi and Nieto could not cope.Despite knocking out the four-seed and seven-seed on their way to the semi-finals, they looked out of their depth as they were again beaten 6-2. ? ¡FI-NA-LÍ-SI-MAS!? ¡Engánchate a los MEJORES partidos del mundo!? > https://t.co/533FegipZ2?#WPTMalmöOpen?? pic.twitter.com/7YHdrPv7ck— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) November 13, 2021 Di Nenno and Navarro now have a chance to win consecutive tournaments and keep their dream of number one status alive.