World Padel Tour will make history in 2019 with the first ever Open in Brazil The São Paulo Open 2019 wil lake place from the 28th of October to the 3rd of November at the Pabellón de São Paulo FC 17/12/2018 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 best padel in the world will continue to expand around the globe in 2019. One of the main noveltie on the World Padel Tour calendar for next season will be the celebration of the first ever professional Open in Brazil. This was one of professional padel's biggest challenges, to celebrate a top level tournament in a country where the sport has grown massively and from where some of the tour's biggest stars originate, and it will take place from the 28th of October to the 3rd of November of next year.Sao Paulo will be the venue for the São Paulo Open 2019. Initially, there will only be a men's tournament and the main venue will be Sao Paulo FC's Pabellón del Club Paulista, which has a capacity for 3000 spectators and is one of the most modern sporting facilities in Latin America. It will be history in the making as he tour will visit Brazil for the first time under this current format. A country where padel continues to grow and where the World Padel Tour will aim to prolong that growth.In the image from left to right, Luis Cosmo, Org. Sao Paulo Open 2019, Hernán Auguste, Head of International Expansion World Padel Tour, Gerlado Brunholi and Luis Cosmo, directors of the Sao Paulo Open, the chairman of the Brazilian Padel Federation, Eduardo Langer and José Luis Serrano, CEO of the World Padel Tour.