The third time lucky Alejandra and Ariana win their first final 6-2 / 7-5 against Delfi and Majo in the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 03/05/2019 En Español Adeslas Open, fourth tournament of the 2020 season The 'Vuelve A Madrid Open 2020' already knows its roadmap The 3 Best Recoveries of the Estrella Damm Open The 3 Best female Points of the Estrella Damm Open The 3 Best ADESLAS Points from the Estrella Damm Open Enjoy the Estrella Damm Open 2020 again Follow live in English the finals of the Estrella Damm Open Delfi Brea, sick-leave for the final draw of the Estrella Damm Open The Estrella Damm Open kicks off with technical deployment 12 countries will be represented at the Estrella Damm Open 2020 The Estrella Damm Open 2020 shows its ways to the title They are back! Sunday morning at the Pedro Ferrándiz Pavilion started with the third title of the season in play. The two best pairs of the tournament aspired to conquer the Estrella Damm Alicante Open to which: Alejandra Salazar and Ariana Sánchez, in front of Majo Sánchez Alayeto and Delfi Brea. The first, aspired to his first title after two lost finals against 'Las Martas'. The second made their premiere as finalists.From the first moment the four players showed they were not going to give away any points. So much so that until 19 minutes into the game, the scoreboard was not going to be inaugurated: the first game went to Delfi and Majo. However, the rapport between Ale and Ari and their experience in finals, began to be noticed on the court. In an overwhelming way they turned the light, getting the next four games. And although they were going to tighten their rivals, the girls of Manu Martín managed to close the first set by 6-2 in 37 minutes.Similar was the start of the second set, in which Jorge Martinez's girls advanced and the reaction of Sanchez and Salazar, were not going to wait. Draw on the scoreboard after ten games, with a much more forceful Delfi and Majo that would match the pace of the game. But they were going to prevail then Alejandra and Ariana (7-5), who after two lost finals, raised their first title together in Alicante.