The World Padel Tour cleans up at the Ciudad de la Raqueta awards Lalo Alzueta received the award for the best communicator 14/11/2018 En Español World Padel Tour relocates Alicante and Vigo tournaments and postpones Buenos Aires Padel Master World Padel Tour reaffirms its social commitment with an alliance with APADIS Pocoyó signs for World Padel Tour! The Egypt Exhibition brings closer World Padel Tour to the African continent World Padel Tour will continue to advance in the hands of CUPRA The best padel in the world is being seen in Gol Jaén Open puts on sale its tickets Drop Shot joins World Padel Tour as a technical R & D sponsor Tickets for the Logroño Open 2019 are already on sale! Mondo keeps the 'blue heart' of World Padel Tour Nox, new official racket of the World Padel Tour World Padel Tour and Adeslas renew their agreement The Ciudad de la Raqueta awards took place on Tuesday the 13th of November with the World Padel Tour featuring prominently. The tour's match commentator, Lalo Alzueta, received the 'communication' award for his excellent work during every broadcast throughout the season. Lalo joined the World Padel Tour in 2016 after ten years at the public Spanish TV station and having covered three Olympic Games. He changed basketball for padel and has hooked fans ever since his first broadcast in Monte Carlo.One of the sport's pioneers, Horacio Álvarez Clementi, also received an award for his brilliant sporting career. The Argentine coach was instrumental in the early days of padel in the 80s and continues to play a pivotal role in its growth. The tour's official ball supplier, Head, was also awarded for its role in pushing the sport forwards.Top sportsmen such as two-time rally World Champion Carlos Sainz, the former tennis world number one Juan Carlos Ferrero and cycling's newly crowned world champion, Alejandro Valverde, also received awards. The most emotional award of the night was the Maria de Villota 'In Memoriam' given to the young golfer Celia Barquin, who was so cruelly murdered in the United States this summer.