Cdmx Open 2021 Navarro and Di Nenno reach eighth straight final after amazing CDMX Open semi-finals duel Navarro and Di Nenno can become the new number ones on Sunday after a two-set win in the CDMX Open semi-finals. 05/12/2021 En Español World Padel Tour has its official 2022 calendar Momo González' excellent Estrella Damm Master Final debut Watch: The #Best10 recoveries of the 2021 season! Coello's promising Estrella Damm Master Final debut Watch: Juan Tello's #Top5 points of 2021 Watch: The #Best10 women's points of 2021! Watch: The #Best10 men's points of 2021! 2021 overview: the biggest gainers in the women's WPT rankings World Padel Tour add first French Padel Open to 2022 calendar World Padel Tour returns to Sweden in 2022 with LeDap Stockholm Open How the men's World Padel Tour rankings changed during 2021 Watch: Gemma Triay's #Top5 points of 2021 The second of Saturday's CDMX Open semi-finals featured Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno, who faced a battle-tested pairing in Juan Tello and Federico Chingotto.Navarro and Di Nenno have a clear objective in mind, which is to finish 2021 as the rankings' number ones. A tournament win in Mexico would see them go top heading into the Master Final. On the other hand, Tello and Chingotto’s objective is to maintain fourth position in the World Padel Tour rankings.Intensity and perseverance in CDMX Open semi-finalsThe match began very cautiously, with both pairs trying to secure their service while taking very few risks in their approach.Through very long rallies, including the longest rally in World Padel Tour history at six minutes and 48 seconds, Navarro and Di Nenno were able to break their opponents twice in the fifth and seventh game, both on gold points. While Tello and Chingotto broke back at 5-2, the Spanish-Argentinian tandem counter-broke to end the opening frame 6-3.? S U P E R H O T ?@mdinenno | #WPTMéxicoOpen?? pic.twitter.com/oWMOTEvxcx— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) December 4, 2021In the second act, Navarro and Di Nenno started 3-0 up with a break on their side. However, Tello and Chingotto mounted a great comeback to even things up at 4-4. Navarro and Di Nenno managed to win their service after, and in the tenth game of the second set, they finally took the break to win the match 6-3, 6-4 after two hours and 20 minutes.Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno have now reached eight consecutive finals. On Sunday in Mexico City, they will fight Franco Stupaczuk and Alejandro Ruiz in a rematch of the Sardinia and Cordoba Open final. With a win, they will be World Padel Tour's new number ones.