New top pairings in action as Miami's round of 32 reaches completion Wednesday saw the completion of the Blockchain.com Miami Padel Open 2022 round of 32, with some of the most high-profile new pairings in action at the Island Gardens in Miami. 24/02/2022 En Español Mexico Open: Navarro and Tello best Lima and Stupaczuk to win first title together Salazar and Triay win fourth straight tournament, push title fight to Master Final Mexico Open semi-finals: Tello pips Chingotto in emotional first encounter since split Josemaria and Sanchez dispatch Riera and Llaguno for ninth consecutive final Lima and Stupaczuk return to final after two-month absence with dominant Mexico display Salazar and Triay outlast Ortega and Gonzalez, reach 15th final of 2022 Chingotto and Garrido make first semi-final together in Mexico Open Riera and Llaguno dash Brea's Master Final hopes in Mexico quarter-finals Mexican mayhem: Sanz and Campagnolo knock out favourites Gutierrez and Tapia! Chingotto and Garrido survive three-set epic to make Mexican quarter-finals Las Heras and Virseda snuff out Icardo's Master Final dream in Mexico round of 16 Chingotto and Garrido survive scare, twins on top in Mexico round of 32 Wednesday saw the completion of the Blockchain.com Miami Padel Open 2022 round of 32, with some of the most high-profile new pairings in action at the Island Gardens in Miami.The top four seeds who are active in the round of 32 were also all in full effect on Wednesday, the highest four seeds automatically qualifying for the round of 16.Without further ado, here is how all six remaining first-round matches played out at the three courts at the Island Gardens.Chingotto/Tello (5) - Fuster/SansThe first men's round of 32 match on Wednesday to reach its conclusion featured fifth seed Federico Chingotto and Juan Tello against qualifying victors Christian Fuster and Antón Sans.Chingotto and Tello remain the longest-standing partnership in the men's Circuit, and that chemistry on the court showed in a big way. The one-two punch of Chingotto, who 'prepares' the points, and El Gato Tello who comes to kill them off gave them a 6-3 win in the first set.More of the same in the second set, where the Argentinians got their break and held on to it. After just over an hour, this one finished 6-3 6-4. They will face Sergio Alba and Álvaro Cepero.? #LIVESCORE ? ROUND OF 16!✅ @ChingottoFede & @JuuanTello? 6-3 / 6-4❌ Fuster / Sans? Round of 32? Island Gardens? > https://t.co/Aqnisuk3Um#WPTMiamiOpen?? pic.twitter.com/jiwrfYMpry— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) February 23, 2022Belluati/Moyano - Gil/SilingoCourt 3 at the Island Gardens hosted Juan Cruz Belluati and Ramiro Moyano against Francisco Gil and Agustín Silingo.A good match-up on paper, the opening set started in equal fashion. When Belluati and Moyano found the breakthrough, however, there was no turning back.Winning the first set 6-3, the second frame was much more one-sided. It finished 6-1, and Belluati/Moyano will face Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno next.? #LIVESCORE ? ROUND OF 16!✅ @Jc_Belluati1 & @RamiMoyano? 6-3 / 6-1❌ Silingo / Gil? Round of 32? Island Gardens? > https://t.co/Aqnisuk3Um#WPTMiamiOpen?? pic.twitter.com/ooJ50iI12v— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) February 23, 2022Ruiz/Capra (8) - Alonso/MoyaAnother brand-new pairing of Javi Ruiz and Luciano "Lucho" Capra made its debut on Wednesday as they took on Jesús Moya and Eduardo Alonso.In the most one-sided affair of the day, Ruiz and Capra could not have dreamt of a better start to their life as a partnership, dropping just one game in the entire match.They dispatched Moya and Alonso 6-1 6-0 in under an hour, showing absolutely no mercy as they cruised to the round of 16.? #LIVESCORE ? ROUND OF 16!✅ @RuizJavi87 & @luchocapra? 6-1 / 6-0❌ Alonso / Moya? Round of 32? Island Gardens? > https://t.co/Aqnisuk3Um#WPTMiamiOpen?? pic.twitter.com/cnaUP3WACp— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) February 23, 2022Belasteguín/Coello (7) - Yanguas/NietoThe most hotly anticipated match of Wednesday in the men's bracket was the one between Fernando Belasteguín and Arturo Coello against young Spaniards Miguel Yanguas and Jorge Coki Nieto.As expected, the first set started very tightly, with hardly anything between the two pairings. Coello was in red-hot form alongside the clever Bela, which eventually gave them the break at 6-5. They won the set on a gold point, taking it 7-5.Young Yanguas and Nieto, who were playing their first match as a pair, could not make a fist in the second set, where things were more straightforward for Belasteguín and Coello. Breaking early, it ended 6-3 to the former number one and teenager. They go through and will play Uri Botello and Pablo Lijó in the round of 16.? #LIVESCORE ? ROUND OF 16!✅ @FBelasteguin & @Arturocoello__? 7-5 / 6-3❌ Yanguas / Nieto? Round of 32? Island Gardens? > https://t.co/Aqnisuk3Um#WPTMiamiOpen?? pic.twitter.com/eCBGxD0Xjy— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) February 23, 2022Semmler/Leal - Boich/Del CastilloIn what turned out to be the final match on centre court on Wednesday, Miguel Semmler and teenager Javi Leal faced wildcard entries Wayne Boich and Mario del Castillo.Semmler and Leal were the revelations of 2021, shockingly making the Vigo Open quarter-finals after starting in pre-qualifying, a World Padel Tour record. They wanted to start 2022 in good fashion too in their reuniting as a duo, and they blew away Boich and Del Castillo in the opening set, winning it 6-0.Things got a lot trickier in the second frame, when Del Castillo and the American Boich broke back after being down 2-0. While briefly taking the set lead at 3-2, t would not last as they lost 6-4. Leal and Semmler will play Capra and Ruiz in the round of 16.? #LIVESCORE ? ROUND OF 16!✅ @javileal03 y Miguel Semmler? 6-0 / 6-4❌ Boich / Del Castillo? Round of 32? Island Gardens? > https://t.co/Aqnisuk3Um#WPTMiamiOpen?? pic.twitter.com/WaTRC8T31V— World Padel Tour (@WorldPadelTour) February 24, 2022Sánchez/Lima (6) - Fernández/DiestroThe sixth and final men's game on Wednesday between former number ones Maxi Sánchez and Pablo Lima against Antonio Fernández and José García Diestro. Originally planned at centre court, maintenance to the court forced the match to be played out at court 2 instead.In it, the newly-forged partnership between Sánchez and Lima clicked instantly. With 71 tournament wins between them across their careers, they have winning pedigree aplenty, and it showed as they took the opening set 6-3.Keeping up the pressure, Lima and Sánchez raced to a two-break advantage in the second set. While their advantage was deleted by Pincho and Diestro, the South Americans counter-broke immediately and saw the match out 6-4 in the second set. Jon Sanz and Miguel Lamperti await them in the round of 16.