Sainz and Triay, a hurricane that sweeps into the semis The number two seeds claim a clear victory 22/06/2018 En Español Navarro and Di Nenno reach eighth straight final after amazing CDMX Open semi-finals duel Ruiz and Stupaczuk come back to win epic CDMX Open semi-final Galán and Lebrón sent packing in spectacular CDMX Open quarter-finals Top two seeds faultless in CDMX Open round of 16 More massive upsets as CDMX Open round of 16 starts LIVE: Watch the CDMX Open final in English, FREE! CDMX Open round of 32: Mexican hero makes history! First shock defeat in Mexico in early CDMX Open R32 games Watch: Top three Buenos Aires Padel Master recoveries Watch the CDMX Open R16 for free and exclusively on WorldPadelTourTV! Breakdown: How Galán/Lebrón and Navarro/Di Nenno can end 2021 as WPT number ones Colourful Mexico lights up for final World Padel Tour Open of 2021 The number two seeds, Gemma Triay and Lucía Sainz, were up against another surprise package in this round, Carla Mesa and Lucía Martínez. In their third tournament since getting back together, Mesa and Martinez had the difficult task of taking on one of the best pairings in the world. The favourites, Sainz and Triay didn't take long in stamping their authority, with a break in the opening game on Lucia Martinez's serve. With the quick surface this year at the Valladolid Open, the duo coached by Pablo Aymá were making the most of their powerful strokes to dominate proceedings. Sainz and Triay struck another blow with a break in the seventh game which put them 5-2 up and they closed the set out immediately at 6-2. In the second set, Mesa and Martinez couldn't find the recipe to stop the winningest pairing so far this season. Once again the set started with a break. Sainz and Triay broke once more in the third game and seemed eager to put the match to bed as quickly as possible. Martinez and Mesa didn't throw in the towel and got one of the two breaks back in the fourth game to make it 3-1. But their hopes were short-lived, as Gemma and Lucia broke right back and went on to win every remaining game to win 6-1 in under an hour.