Watch: The three best Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open 2021 recoveries! After another week of stellar padel in the South of Spain, we have compiled the three best Cordoba Open recoveries for your viewing pleasure! 29/10/2021 En Español The Tie Break that kept the Plaza Mayor of Valladolid in suspense The Women's Top 10 points of the first half of the 2022 season Benítez-Rubio VS Lebrón-Galán: spectacular Tie Break in Málaga The match of the amazing points in Reus Marta Ortega and Bea González conquered Denmark A heart-stopping Tie Break at the Fonteta! Franco Stupaczuk's point of the century! Tickets for the Cascais Padel Open 2022 are now on sale! Watch: Top three men's points of the Cervezas Victoria Malaga Open 2022! Palau Sant Jordi to host Estrella Damm Master Final 2022 Gutiérrez and birthday boy Tapia claim Malaga Open title without dropping a single set Josemaría and Sánchez stop Salazar and Triay's winning streak to lift Malaga Open title If you watched any of the Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open, you will have enjoyed endless rallies with great saves - and we have now collected the three best Cordoba Open recoveries for your viewing pleasure!One of the qualities every world-class padel player possesses is utter dedication to win every single rally. Whether it's throwing yourself at the wall or sprinting off the court, they will do everything to keep a point alive.WATCH: The men's 2021 Cervezas Victoria Cordoba Open top three points!The three best Cordoba Open recoveriesIn the first of the three clips, number one Juan Lebrón does the complete opposite - in the sense that he kills the point rather than keeping it alive. A brilliant deft touch reaching over the net leaves even the defensive specialist Franco Stupaczuk without an answer.READ: Men's Race 2021: Navarro and Di Nenno close in on number onesNext is a tremendous rally in the quarter-final between Fernando Belasteguín and Arturo Coello and Bela's two most recent partners Agustín Tapia and Carlos Sanyo Gutiérrez.A breath-taking point with two incredible recoveries, the point ended in slightly anti-climactic fashion as Gutiérrez made an unforced error.Finally, a bit of Paquito Navarro magic. As the ball was hit out of the park in his semi-final against Bela and Coello. The Andalusian responded brilliantly in front of his home crowd, however. His flick was video reviewed but given as in.Check out all of the three best Cordoba Open recoveries here! Which was your favourite of the three recoveries? Let us know!