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Another day of upsets at the Lisboa Challenger
A 6-3 / 6-2 win over Botello and Ruiz gives them the title
An intense first day at the Keler Bilbao Open
The last six pairings reach the second round in Andorra
More surprises in Santander with very even matches in the last sixteen
The favourites don't slip up in Illumbe. Quiles and Botello take a three hour battle against Jardim and Gutierrez
The sour note of the day was Ramiro Moyano's injury
The eight best pairings in the World Padel Tour rankings will jump to the court at the Gran Canaria Arena in the quarter finals which get underway at 16:00.
Uri Botello and Adrián Blanco qualified for the last sixteen of the Gran Canaria Open after defeating Federico Quiles and Javier Concepcion in straight sets. Allemandi-Silingo, Poggi-Cepero and Nerone-Ruiz also progressed to the next round.
We've seen a number of changes of pairing in just six events this eason. We talked to an expert to find out the reasons behind so many break ups.
Matías Marina and Alejandro Ruiz will face first-time finalists on the World Padel Tour, Gonzalo Rubio and Javier Ruiz, in the final of the Joma Barcelona Challenger.
Antonio Luque and Cristian Germán Gutiérrez sprung a surprise to reach the last four at the Joma Barcelona Challenger. Marina-Ruiz vs. Botello-Blanco and Luque-Gutierrez vs. Rubio-Ruiz make up the semifinals.