World Padel Tour Gran Canaria Open 2016 The favourites suffer to reach the quarter finals The eight best pairings in the World Padel Tour rankings will jump to the court at the Gran Canaria Arena in the quarter finals which get underway at 16:00. 28/07/2016 En Español Coello and Belasteguín hand number ones shock defeat in Madrid Master quarter-finals! Josemaría and Sánchez firm, other top four seeds all out in Madrid Master quarter-finals! Top seeds smash their way through in Madrid Master round of 16 Another Madrid Master upset: Salazar and Triay eliminated in round of 16! Madrid Master shock: Tapia and Gutiérrez OUT in round of 32! Lima and Stupa take off in amazing Madrid Master round of 32 showing Sainz and Marrero full steam ahead in Madrid Master round of 32 Madrid readies up for Estrella Damm Comunidad de Madrid Master 2022 LIVE: Watch the Estrella Damm Comunidad de Madrid Master 2022 for free on WorldPadelTourTV! Lebrón and Galán come back from set down to win Swedish Padel Open 2022! Near-perfect Josemaría and Sánchez dominate number ones to win Swedish Padel Open 2022 Swedish Padel Open: Navarro and Di Nenno come back to make first final since April! With chants "pio, pio" in the stands the second last 16 match of the evening got underway at the Gran Canaria Open.Local hero Aday Santana and his partner Willy Lahoz had to fight back from a set down to advance to the quarter finals against one of the best working new pairings, Uri Botello and Adrian Blanco.Botello-Blanco started the first set strongly, with two break points in the fourth game. But they didn't take either one and in the following game Willy and Aday pounced to take the first set 6-4.But in the second, Uri and Adrian didn't throw in the towel and changed their strategy to turn things around. They broke at 3-2 to take the lead and force the Canarian and Madrileño to scrap it out in a third set.Buoyed by the disappointment of having lost the second set, Lahoz-Santana came out all guns blazing. And with an early break they steered home after taking the set 6-3.But the pandemonium had just started in the stands. It was the turn for another local favourite, Jordi Muñoz, and his partner Pablo Lijo took on Adrian Allemandi and Agustin Gomez Silingo.The Canarian and the Galician came out incredibly strong and took a 4-1 lead, with two breaks of serve.But Silingo-Allemandi hadn't said their last word and with their characteristic grit they pulled off a spectacular comeback which ended in a tiebreak.The fans witnessed an exciting tie break which went right down to the wire and ended up going the number seven pairing's way.Adrian and Agustin grabbed an early break in the second set and paved the way to the quarter finals.With the fans in their favour, Lijo-Muñoz stayed alive and broke back. But their joy was short lived, their opponents counterbreaked and that was the definitive blow. After over two hours of intense battle, Allemandi-Silingo earned their spot in the quarter finals taking the set 6-4. In the last match of the day Juan Martin Diaz and Cristian Gutierrez had to suffer to progress to the quarter finals with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 win against Jaime Bergareche and Martin Sanchez Piñeiro.The youngsters took their chance in the second set and forced the number five seeds into a third set. Juan Martin and Cristian dug deep and booked their quarter final tickets.The eight best pairings in the world will be in the quarter finals this Friday, from 16:00 onwards.