The echo of the A Coruña Open is reflected in the rankings

Gemma Triay and Lucía Sáinz are now seeds instead of Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter

The echo of the A Coruña Open is reflected in the rankings

After the third event of the season on the men's tour, the ranking hasn't experienced changes in the top eight places. Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima, still have a firm grip of first place after their win and hold an advantage of 4000 points over the A Coruña finalists, Paquito Navarro and Sanyo Gutiérrez.

With his return just around the corner, Juan Mieres continues in eighth, while another notable absentee at the A Coruña Open, Juan Martín Díaz, drops 4 places to 13th. His former partner from last year, Cristian Gutiérrez also dropped four places to 14th. Also returning to the top ten after climbing two places are Adrián Allemandi (9th) and Agustín Gómez Silingo (10th). Both players sit on top of another couple of players who have also gone up two places, Aday Santana (11th) and Maxi Grabiel (12th).

The biggest climbers after this third tournament are Gonzalo Rubio (39th),  Aris Patiniotis (42th) and Peter Alonso (43rd) who all moved up five places.

Women's rankings

For the women, it was the second tournament of the season. Marta Marrero and Alejandra Salazar continue at the top but their lead has been cut down by Majo and Mapi Sánchez AlayetoThe winners in A Coruña are now 1,420 points behind the number ones.

The most important move comes with a special prize. Gemma Triay and Lucía Sáinz have climbed two places (from 9th to 7th), which means they are now one of the top four seeds. The award will be to receive a bye in the opening round of the upcoming Estrella Damm Barcelona Master and enter the last sixteen directly, a privilege that Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter have lost after falling in the quarter finals against Cata Tenorio and Victoria Iglesias. The Argentine and the Andalusian move up one place (13th) and overtake Alba Galan, who drops two places to 15th.

The biggest mover after the World Padel Tour's stop in Galicia is Portuguese Ana Catarina Nogueira who has gone up four places to 25th. The biggest fall belongs to Lorena Alonso who has gone down nine places to 31st.

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