We're analysing all of the new pairings for 2018 on the World Padel Tour. One of those are youngsters Juan Lebrón and Juan Cruz Belluati. Despite their young age, both know what it takes to compete with the best players in the world. With Severino Iezzi as their coach, the target for this pairing will be to find consistency in such a competitive environment.
Juan Cruz Belluati is on the back of his best season as a professional on the World Padel Tour. Alongside Alejandro Galán, 2017 was his breakthrough year. Climbing from 52nd to 10th in the rankings, the Argentine showed his skills to the world. An elegant lefty, with a precise and effective control of tempos. Eleven quarter finals are proof of just how much he established himself on tour this year. 3409 points and 10th in the rankings enabled him to play his first Master Final. Now his greatest challenge is to prove it wasn't a one off.
Meanwhile, Juan Lebrón ended 2017 just outside the Master Final 2017, where he was an alternate. The player from the Puerto de Santa Maria is one of the greatest talents of Spanish padel of the last few years. His season had ups and downs and he played alongside Marcello Jardim and Jordi Muñoz, as well as Adrián Allemandi. His best results came alongside the latter, in a season where he made four semifinals and six quarter finals. His target is to add consistency to his brutal natural talent. Power, reach and a breath-taking capacity to finish off points make Lebron one of the players to follow in the upcoming years.