Sainz and Triay are a step away from fighting for the number one spot at the Estrella Damm Valencia Master A 6-3 / 6-4 puts them in the semis 06/07/2018 En Español El Top 5 de Patty Llaguno A shoulder injury will force Mapi Sánchez Alayeto to undergo surgery Early bird tickets for the London Padel Masters 2019 are already on sale! Marcello Jardim and Guga Vázquez will seek to reinvent themselves in 2019 Raquel Segura and Laura Clergue will fight together in 2018 Virseda and Villalba will begin their journey together in 2019 Juan Martín Díaz's Top 5 from 2018 Tickets for the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 2019 are already on sale! Maxi Grabiel and Fernando Poggi, a 'grand reserve' mix for 2019 Mapi Sánchez Alayeto's Top 5 from 2018 Lacoste Watches, official World Padel Tour watch Cristian Gutiérrez's Top 5 from 2018 The second match of the day at la Fonteta was a tough test for the most in-form pairing at the moment, Gemma Triay and Lucía Sainz, as they came up against Cata Tenorio and Beatriz González. The number 2 seeds came out strong and won the opening three games. Sainz's power and Triay's control were more than enough to open up a considerable advantage. They controlled the net with quick transitions but Tenorio and Gonzalez showed their tenacity and made them fight until the end to win 6-3. Sainz and Triay needed a bit more creativity in the second set to overcome another sturdy response from their opponents and they found what they were looking for, winning 6-4 in just over an hour and a half.