The Warrior conquers Lugo alongside an unstoppable Ale Galan After winning the first set to love, they dispatch Moyano and Capra 6-4 in the second 09/09/2018 En Español London will hold the best padel in the world in London Padel Masters Lamperti and Capra, guaranteed excitement on court #BEST8: The top eight recoveries from 2018 Galán and Iglesias: Power and ambition to the max #BEST8: the top eight points from the women's tour in 2018 Alejandra Salazar and Ariana Sánchez blend their talent for 2019 Cristian Gutierrez's magic teams up with Ramiro Moyano #BEST8: the top eight points from 2018 Andalusian magic aplenty for new duo Lebrón-Navarro 2018, a year of records on the World Padel Tour Marta Ortega and Marta Marrero will share the court in 2019 Javier Martínez Vázquez, the hardest working player on the World Padel Tour in 2018 The two best pairings at this Lugo Open 2018 took each other on in the final at the Pazo Universitario de los Deportes. Mati Díaz and Ale Galán faced their second final of the season while Ramiro Moyano and Lucho Capra were in their first. Ramiro and Lucho were perhaps affected by the nerves of their first final at the start of the match. Mati Diaz's experience and Alejandro Galan's shot making put them 3-0 up early on, with two of those games being breaks. The bad news for Gustavo Prato's pupils is that things would only get worse. Mati and Ale continued to put their foot on the accelerator and took the first set to love (6-0).Things levelled out in the second set, which was to be expected with two feisty characters such as Moyano and Capra. They readjusted their game and even caused problems for Mati and Ale. But 'The Warrior' Mati Diaz didn't want to let such a great advantage slip away. Accompanied by an unstoppable Alejandro Galan, they broke their opponents at 3-3 and maintained their break until the end. It was their second title of the year after Valladolid. Mati Diaz and Ale Galan are the champions of the Lugo Open 2018.