Zaragoza reignites the battle in the rankings There are just two tournaments to go until the Master Final 02/11/2017 En Español Menorca shines with the best padel in the world Follow live the Sardegna Open 2020 finals The day at the Sardegna Open, scheduled to resume at 3:00 p.m. Play Suspended at the Sardegna Open 2020 Play Suspended at the Sardegna Open 2020 Rain Delay in the Sardegna Open 2020 The 3 Best ADESLAS Points of the Estrella Damm València Open The 3 Best Female Points of the Estrella Damm València Open Follow live in English the finals of the Estrella Damm València Open The die is cast for the Estrella Damm València Open 2020 Lucas Campagnolo misses the Estrella Damm València Open 2020 due to injury The best moments in the Madrid Arena The fight at the top end of the rankings has heated up even more after the Estrella Damm Zaragoza Open. With the final tournaments of the year on the horizon, things are starting to shape up in the rankings. There have been movements in both the men's and women's top tens, as everyone looks for a place in the top 16, which grants access to the Master Final in December.Men's rankingsAt the top of the rankings, Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima (13,500 points) made the most of their win in Zaragoza to maintain an advantage of 1,150 points with regards to Paquito Navarro and Sanyo Gutiérrez. There are no changes in the top ten. As for the battle to finish in the top 16, there are 12 players within 365 points of each other from 14th to 22nd. The biggest climber after Zaragoza is Javier Garrido who has risen 15 places from 85th to 69th.Women's rankingsGemma Triay and Lucía Sainz not only conquered their second title of the season in Zaragoza but they also moved up from 5th to 4th with a total of 6,130 points. The finalists, Patty Llaguno and Elisabet Amatriaín, have also gone up a place from 10th to 9th. Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto stay on top of the rankings on 9720 points. After playing on home soil, Ángela Caro has risen up the rankings the furthest alongside her partner Nuria Rodríguez, going from 33rd to 29th.