The first pairings make the last sixteen in the morning session Díaz/Galán and Lamperti/Mieres grab easy wins 04/04/2018 En Español Netherlands in numbers: The incredible Amsterdam Open 2022 viewership statistics! Santander ready again for World Padel Tour with 14th Open of 2022 Solid Pujals and Brito into Santander - Cantabria Open 2022 main draw Emotional Guerrero and Piotto make first-ever main draw at Santander - Cantabria Open LIVE: Watch the Adeslas Santander - Cantabria Open 2022 for free and exclusively on WorldPadelTourTV! Fede Chingotto and Juan Tello to go separate ways after seven seasons Close to 20.000 people visit inaugural Amsterdam Open 2022! Back-to-back winners Coello and Belasteguín take Amsterdam Open crown! Ortega and González snap Sánchez and Josemaría's winning streak to lift Amsterdam Open title! Belasteguín and Coello make consecutive finals after beating González and Ruiz Josemaría and Sánchez win 20th consecutive match to make Amsterdam final Lima and Stupaczuk beat number ones, march on to Amsterdam Open final CENTRE COURTThe first Open of the season got underway with two matches at the same time being played at the Pedro Ferrándiz centre. The Estrella Damm Alicante Open Trofeo Alicante Sports Destination got going with one of the most exciting matches of the day: Aday Santana - Nacho Gadea vs Godo Díaz - Álvaro Cepero. After a first set with constant breaks, Cepero and Diaz struck first in the tiebreak. The second set followed a similar pattern. The number 8 pairing on the World Padel Tour took a 3-0 lead and closed out the match at 6-3.COURT 2Meanwhile, on court two Javi Ruiz and Uri Botello sailed through to the last sixteen after winning 6-3 / 6-1 against Javier Escalante and Jordi Muñoz.CENTRE COURTBack to centre court for one of the revelations from the recent Master in Badalona: Mati Díaz and Ale Galán took on Adrián Blanco and Borja Yribarren. The players coached by Mariano Amat broke twice in the opening set and won 6-2 in just over half an hour. They broke their opponents early in the second set to lead 3-1. The Galicians tried to react but Mati and Galan were well on their way to the second round. 6-3 was the score to end the match.COURT 2The most even match of the morning took place on court two. One of the surprises of the Estrella Damm Catalunya Master, the Brazilians Lucas Bergamini and Lucas Campagnolo took on José Rico and Víctor Ruiz. Rico and Ruiz, who got through qualifying, prevailed in three fascinating sets to win 4-6 / 6-3 / 6-2.CENTRE COURTThe morning session on centre court ended with an uneven encounter. Juani Mieres and Miguel Lamperti were in no mood for surprises against Lucas da Cunha and Javier Martínez. The latter had got through qualifying but came up against one of the best pairings in the world. Mieres and Lamperti won the first set 6-1 in under half an hour. They patiently got the job done in the second too, winning 6-2 to reach the last sixteen.COURT 2A three hour thriller ended the morning's action. Agustín Gómez Silingo, lining up alongside Gerard Company in the absence of Alex Ruiz, took on Adrián Allemandi and Fede Quiles. After three extremely long sets, which included Quiles receiving stitches on his head, Silingo/Company won 6-3/3-6/6-3.