Sanyo report: the tough path that forged the leyend We get to know the truth behind Sanyo Gutierrez's rise to the top 01/09/2017 En Español Denmark in numbers: Ortega's 10th, Tapia's achievement & Araújo's final debut How Grabiel helped Ortega and González get back to winning two years later Brussels in numbers: Lebrón hits milestone, Lima and Llaguno's historic streak Winning pair Maxi Sánchez and Capra reunite after short split Alejandra's 40: a look back at Salazar's illustrious career so far Alejandro Ruiz and 'Momo' González form new hard-hitting duo Alicante semi-finalists Las Heras/Virseda crack The Race 2022 top ten Alicante in numbers: Salazar reaches unprecedented milestone, Lebrón equals historic record Top four hold places in The Race 2022, Llaguno and Riera storm to fifth The Race 2022: Tapia/Gutiérrez remain top, Di Nenno/Navarro close in The ATP and the WTA join forces with the World Padel Tour again 'ShowTime': what we didn't see from Bela-Lima VS Piqué-Puyol [Vídeo] Sanyo Gutiérrez is currently one of the best four players in the world. Skillful, quick, intuitive, harmonious and one of the most effective forehand court players of all time. But the road to the top was quite tough for Carlos Daniel Gutierrez. Born and raised in San Luis, Argentina to a humble family during Argentina's toughest period. Before accomplishing his dream of being an elite athelete, he had to learn his father's trade and drive a van around to bring home some money. He always fought for his dreams and, thanks to the support of his family and the entire city, he started climbing step by step. He landed in Spain with no money in his pocket and his exquisite padel helped him dodge all the obstacles that came his way. All the way from the Grand Place in Brussels, we tell you the story of how a kid from San Luis became a living legend of this sport.