The favourites stamp their authority in San Sebastian [Vídeo] No surprises in the last sixteen of the Keler Euskadi Open 01/12/2016 En Español Tamara Icardo and Virginia Riera link arms for 2023 campaign Youngsters Javi Leal and Jon Sanz to challenger the WPT status quo in 2023 World Padel Tour celebrates ten years of passion Watch Alejandra Salazar's #Top5 from 2022! Watch: Sanyo Gutierrez's #Top5 points of the 2022 season! Four years and counting: Juan Lebron's dynasty at the top How the women's rankings look ahead of 2023 World Padel Tour season Exclusive: Finland works on the first purpose-built padel arena on Earth A look at the men's rankings to start the 2023 World Padel Tour season Watch: Gemma Triay's #Top5 points of 2022 Watch: Alejandro Galan's #Top5 points of 2022 Gemma Triay, the first number one for three straight seasons The evening session got underway with the debut of the number one pairing Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima, who took on Adrián Blanco Antelo and Diego Ramos. Bela and Lima proved from the get go that they were in no mood for upsets as they took the first set 6-2 in just 28 minutes.In the second set, the world number ones continued in cruise control towards the quarter finals. Their opponents had no reply as Bela and Lima took the second set 6-0 in 58 minutes to reach the quarter finals.The second match was Matías Díaz - Maxi Sánchez vs. Javier Limones - Víctor Ruíz. The Argentines took the first set with authority, 6-0 in just over 33 minutes.The hurricane of padel unleashed by Mati and Maxi didn't diminish in the second set. Limones and Ruiz took up to ten games to hold on to serve, but it was too litte too late. Severino Iezzi's men took the set 6-1 to round off a match that took just under an hour.This match was also Javier Limones' farewell.It was time to witness a very attractive match between Juani Mieres - Miguel Lamperti and Seba Nerone - Alex Ruíz, in what was a chance for revenge for the match that took place two weeks ago in La Rural. The first set lived up to expectations as the number four seeds clinched it 6-4 in an hour and fifteen minutes.In the second set, the duo from Bahia Blanca could complete their revenge by taking it 6-2. The number four pairing returns to the quarter finals.The last sixteen ended with Agustín Gómez Silingo - Adrián Allemandi vs. Jaime Bergareche - Martín Sánchez Piñeiro. Allemandi and Silingo controlled the match from start to finish and got off to a good start by taking the opening set 6-1.They took this momentum into the second set, as the the pairing coached by Rodrigo Ovide also took it 6-1 to reach the quarter finals, in a match which was Jaime Bergareche's last clash as a professional. The Basque player said goodbye to the World Padel Tour surrounded by his friends and loved ones who ensured they were there to support the courageous player from Bilbao in his final bout.