'Show Time' from Paquito, Sanyo, Gadea and Tamame A stunning match that got the fans of their seats 13/10/2017 En Español Valladolid sets the stage for battle for the second Master of the year Top 3 Recoveries of the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Master 2021 Top 3 ADESLAS points of the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Master 2021 Top 3 female points of the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Master 2021 First Masters of the year Champions! Galán and Lebrón want their first Master in 2021 Josemaría and Sánchez have battled their way into the final of the Marbella Master Agustín Tapia and Pablo Lima are into their first final of the year Patty Llaguno and Virginia Riera are into their third final in a row Ruiz and Botello reach their first semifinals of the year Tune in to the Finals of the Cervezas Victoria Marbella Master! The quarter finals fo the Granada Open 2017 began with Nacho G. Gadea and Germán Tamame facing the world number two pairing, Paquito Navarro and Sanyo Gutiérrez. The favourites got off to a stronger start. Their aggressive style of play helped them dominate from the first point and put Gadea and Tamame up against the wall, as the first three games went to their opponents. Despite pulling off some impressive shots, Gadea and Tamame couldn't stop the world number twos in their tracks. Sanyo was causing a lot of damage with his quick movement on court and Paquito was quite simply devastating with his shots. In the blink of an eye, the first set went to the pairing coached by Ramiro Choya 6-1.Once Gadea and Tamame saw just how high Sanyo and Paquito had set the bar, they didn't hesistate in trying to reach it. That's when the best points of the match came out, with Gadea and Tamame showing glimpses of their quality. But the Argentine and the Andalusian are almost impossible to play when they're at their best and they claimed a break in the third game. They increased that advantage and won 6-3 to reach the semifinals.