Patty Llaguno and Eli Amatriaín win the Villa de San Javier Challenger 2018 They beat Tenorio and Gonzalez in three sets 07/10/2018 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 moment everyone had been waiting for finally arrived: the final of the Villa de San Javier Challenger 2018 between the top two seeds, Cata Tenorio - Beatriz González and Patricia Llaguno - Elisabet Amatriaín. Llaguno and Amatriain didn't take long in opening up a lead, with a break in the very first game. The duo coached by Neki Berwig kept a hold of that advantage thanks to Llaguno's control and Amatriain's tireless work. Cata and Bea broke back in the fourth game but they were lacking consistency and dropped the first set 6-2. Cata and Bea tried to turn the tide in the second set and the strategy seemed to be to play the ball more towards Amatriain. But the end product was just the same: Patty and Eli broke in the third game and started to steer towards the title. Tenorio and Gonzalez broke back, as they did in the first set, in the fourth game to make it 2-2. This marked a turning point and they took three games on the bounce to lead 5-2. The match was heading towards a third set as they won 6-3. In the third set, both pairings gave absolutely everything to try and claim the title. After several breaks, the definitive one came at 3-2. Patty and Eli said enough was enough and took every remaining game to win 6-2.