Sanyo and Maxi sing 'VIVA MEXICO'!

Sanyo and Maxi sing 'VIVA MEXICO'!

Big day in the history of padel on the 50th anniversary of the creation of this sport. First Final of the history in Mexico in the last Open of the regular season and face to face the two best couples of the year. With 5 and 4 tournaments to his credit respectively, Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebrón against Sanyo Gutiérrez and Maxi Sánchez.

Very concentrated and with better sensations at the beginning of the match began the Argentine players. The inaugural game would be the first break on the scoreboard in favor of Sanyo and Maxi and although Paquito and Lebrón had options to counter break, Horacio Álvarez Clementi knew how to put each one of their serves in good standing by enduring rivals throughout of 9 games of a superhuman level of padel. In the tenth, with 5-4 and serve for Sanyo and Maxi it would be time for Paquito and Lebrón that this time if they would seize their opportunity to break the service of the Argentines and return the equalizer to the scoreboard. Only the tie break was going to be a judge of the first set. Sudden death would be just as intense. First advantage of up to 4-1 on the Spanish side. Comeback and set ball for Maxi and Sanyo; and definitive blow of Navarro / Lebrón to take the tie break and the first set.

The second set would respond to the same parameters, tension, quality and four teachers on the track giving everything for the first title in Mexican lands. On this occasion neither of the two couples could alter the score in their favor and equality would once again lead the resolution of the set to sudden death. Pulling experience and tracing an initial 3-0 would be Sanyo and Maxi who took the set and condemned the resolution of the match to an exciting third set.

The couple who has held the scepter of the world padel for almost the entire season would go to the third with one more march to deal a final blow to the match from the first moment. They would take advantage of the minimum disconnection loop in the Lebrón-Navarro binomial to place two breaks and a distance of 4-0 that would sign the sentence of the match. A definitive score of 6-2 for the history of this sport that places as winners of the first tournament in history in Mexico and with 5 tournaments won in the regular season to Sanyo Gutiérrez and Maxi Sánchez.

 

Más noticias

Main Partner

Premium Sponsors

Official Sponsors

Sponsors

Providers