All the favorites to crown the Paris Padel Challenger summit advanced to the quarterfinals with one exception, Agustín Gutiérrez and Javier Valdés who left Diego Ramos and Rafa Méndez out of the French test after defeating them in three sets (6-4, 4-6 and 6-3). Pablo Lijó and Álvaro Cepero, Lucho Capra and Lucas Campagnolo and Ernesto Moreno and Gonzalo Rubio demonstrated their many hours of flight in the Open and Master draws of World Padel Tour, closing their matches in two sleeves and without frights.
On the contrary, Lucas Bergamini and Aday Santana, Álex Ruiz and Martín Piñeiro, Josete Rico and Victor Ruiz and Seba Nerone and Javi Rico suffered more than expected to get their ticket to the quarterfinals, since they obtained the passport, to the phase of the eight best couples, in three sets.
In the female category, the favorites for the final title, Delfi Brea and Bea González, debuted with a convincing 6-0 / 6-1 victory against the French pair formed by Audrey Casanova and Carole Ann Lovera. Alicia Blanco and Beatriz Caldera, who beat Sofia Saiz and Eugenia Guimet 7-5 / 6-4, will be their rivals in the quarterfinals match this Friday. The second seededs, Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter copied the script of Brea and González, with a 6-0 / 6-0 victory against Line Meites and Elodie Invernon. In the quarterfinals, Nela Brito and Aranza Osoro are waiting for them, who defeated Melania Merino and Esther Carnicero 6-1 / 6-2.
More problems suffered Teresa Navarro and Lucía Martínez, to whom Laura Clergue and Bárbara Las Heras demanded their best version to achieve the 6-4 / 7-5 victory. In the fight to enter the semifinals, faces will be seen with Anna Cortiles and Jessica Castelló, who resolved their confrontation with Celeste Paz and Nuria Vivancos 6-2 / 6-3. The only French representation in the quarter-final round will be that of Alix Collombon, who along with Nicole Traviesa was once again resolving a qualifying round 6-0 / 6-1 against Chiara Pappacena and Marta Borrero. With similar forcefulness, 6-2 / 6-0, Sandra Hernández and Tamara Icardo, resolved their duel against Anouk Faure and Andrea Pérez.