Tenorio and Marrero reach the final in Andorra They overcame Gemma and Lucia in a rain-affected match 30/09/2017 En Español Champions and debutants: Every player's history at the Estrella Damm Master Final Marta Marrero announces temporary retirement from professional padel Breakdown: How the rankings can change at the Master Final Mendez and Martinez beat number ones to win first-ever Challenger Final Las Heras and Virseda crowned inaugural Tau Ceramica Menorca Challenger Final champions LIVE: Follow the Menorca Challenger Final here! The Race 2022 is over: Who has qualified for the Estrella Damm Barcelona Master Final? Mexico Open: Navarro and Tello best Lima and Stupaczuk to win first title together Salazar and Triay win fourth straight tournament, push title fight to Master Final Mexico Open semi-finals: Tello pips Chingotto in emotional first encounter since split Josemaria and Sanchez dispatch Riera and Llaguno for ninth consecutive final Lima and Stupaczuk return to final after two-month absence with dominant Mexico display The first semifinal of the Vallbanc Andorra Open brought together the number 2 and 3 seeds on centre court. Cata Tenorio - Marta Marrero vs. Gemma Triay - Lucía Sáinz. In an even match, it was the minor details which decided the outcome. The first set had alternatives and it was Gemma and Lucia who broke first in the fifth game. But Cata and Marta managed to break back on two occasions, the second time being at 5-4 down. Gemma and Lucia lost their chances as a result of their unforced errors and Tenorio and Marrero's competitive edge. The first set was decided in a tiebreak, where Marta Marrero was the defining player on court with her power and quality. The second set seemed to be following a similar pattern until Gemma and Lucia briefly switched off in the fifth game, and Cata and Marta pounced to break. At 4-2 up to Marrero and Tenorio, with Triay and Sainz on serve, the rain started to fall and the match was halted for almost an hour and fifty minutes. It was restarted on court 2 at Principadel. Here, Gemma and Lucia tried everything to stay in the match, and even had three break points with Tenorio and Marrero serving at 5-4. But Juan Alday's players showed their capacity to overcome adversity once again and won 6-4 after taking five points on the bounce, reaching their fourth consecutive final.