Tears of a legend: what we didn't see from Bela's tribute [Vídeo] A legend of the sport that proved he was human after 15 years on top 06/11/2016 En Español Teresa Navarro retires from Valencia Open through injury Vienna in numbers: Josemaría/Sánchez break record, Galán's 30 Marbella in numbers: Galán the most successful Spaniard, Josemaría's 10th title 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 Fernando Belasteguín took a one-way ticket to the Olympus of sport. The Argentine player ensured he would finish the season as the world number one after qualifying for the semifinals of the Estrella Damm Zaragoza Open. This will be his fifteenth year on top of the sport - thirteen alongside Juan Martín Diáz and the other two with Pablo Lima -. At the end of the match, Jose Luis Serrano - CEO of the World Padel Tour - awarded Bela a plaque to commemorate his feat. No athlete has managed to dominate an elite sport for so long. Belasteguin was very emotional when he was interviewed after being handed the award as he remembered his family and didn't want to forget Juan Martin Diaz or Pablo Lima. He claimed that padel was a team sport and that he'd been lucky enough to have played with two of the best players on tour. A feat that made the front-page news, some images that show a more human side to Bela, an interview where an active legend unveiled his most intimate side.