Setting up home on court: The players that played most matches in 2017

Get to know the professionals who spent most time on court last year on the World Padel Tour

Setting up home on court: The players that played most matches in 2017

Before 2018 gets underway, we take time to reflect on 2017. An intense and fascinating season. More intense for some than others. These are the players that played most matches in the whole year. Animals on court, born competitors, experiencing the highs and lows of 2017. Below are the hardest workers of 2017 on the World Padel Tour.

Lucas Bergamini 2 -Dieciseisavos - Portugal Padel Masters 2017

Luchas Bergamini (66 matches) The Brazilian wasn't only the player who improved his ranking the most in 2017, he also played 66 matches, winning 790 games out of the 1434 he played in. Titanic stats for the player coached by Bento Gonçalves.

Juan Restivo 2 - Dieciseisavos - Estrella Damm Zaragoza Open 2017

Juan Manuel Restivo (66 matches) A great year for the Argentine player, who rose 45 places in the rankings. Playing alongside José Rico Dasi and Martín Di Nenno, he won 45 of those 66 matches.

Rafa Méndez 2 - Preprevia - Keler Bilbao Open 2017

Rafael Méndez (65 matches) He ended the year alongside Diego Ramos and improved 20 places in the rankings. The player from Valladolid played 65 matches and won 44. Mendez is second on the list of most games played, with a total of 1401.

Number 1 stats

There's a group of players with more matches played than the world number one duo of Bela and Lima (61 in total) besides the aforementioned names: Jerónimo González Luque (64 matchesDavid Leal MartínezJavier Rico Dasi and Miguel Ángel Solbes (63 matches). The 61 matches played by the world number one pairing also helped them to break a number of records.

Fernando Belasteguín - Pablo Lima - Cuartos - Keler Bilbao Open 2017

The pairing coached by Horacio Álvarez Clementi conceded the fewest amount of games in the entire season with 458, as well as claiming the most consecutive wins and most titles with 8. This padel machine has also won 107 sets and lost just 23. Numbers that only Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima can aspire to, as they only missed out on two finals: the Mijas Open, which they pulled out of, and the Gran Canaria Open, where they lost in the quarter finals. They only lost 8 matches all season long.

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