The best women's pairings so far this season on the World Padel Tour Here are ther Champions' Race standings after six events 17/07/2018 En Español Nerone's Notebook: Ariana Sánchez and Paula Josemaría #Pre-seasonWPT: Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno prepare for 2021 Juan Lebrón's # Top5 Puntazos in 2020 Nerone's Notebook: Fernando Belasteguín and Sanyo Gutiérrez The most viral moments of the season #Pre-seasonWPT: We train with Bea González and Lucía Sainz #Pre-seasonWPT: Eli Amatriain and Sofia Araújo The 2021 calendar in World Padel Tour is out! Alejandro Galán's # Top5 Puntazos in 2020 Nerone's Notebook: Agustín Tapia and Pablo Lima Crazy Moments 2020 The best court exits of 2020 A third of the season has finished on the World Padel Tour after the Estrella Damm Valencia Master. It's been an even and competitive campaign so far, and that can be seen in the rankings. Let's take a look at the "Champions' Race" standings so far this season. A ranking which only includes the points for the six tournaments played in 2018:1st Gemma Triay and Lucía Sainz (5270 points each)Three tournaments conquered and a semifinal appearance at every event makes them the top pairing in 2018. The target is to reach the number one ranking at the end of the year.2nd Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto. (5110 points each)After dominating 2017, the twins struggled to lift their first title in 2018. They've gradually improved and have won 2 of the last 3 tournaments played. They've reached the most finals this year.3rd Marta Marrero and Alejandra Salazar. (3530 points each)Ale Salazar's return after overcoming a serious knee injury hasn't stopped this pairing from winning a title. Now the target is to find some consistency and to stay in the hunt for the number one ranking.4th Marta Ortega and Ariana Sánchez. (2510 points each)The young pairing have tasted the success of winning a title and this season they're carrying out a brutal battle for fourth place in the rankings. Ortega and Sanchez are looking to be a little bit more consistent and this year they've won a Challenger and reached a final at a Master.5th Patricia Llaguno and Elisabet Amatriaín. (1880 points each)One of the references on the World Padel Tour. This emblematic duo is working hard to rekindle its best form. Their experience and hard work have got them this far and they will aim to continue amongst the elite.