Tuesday, October 3

Spain conquers the double world paddle crown in Doha

  • The men’s and women’s teams beat Argentina on an exciting day.

  • Paquito, who resisted injured, and Lebrón sealed success by beating Bela and Di Nenno in an epic encounter.

On full night and in a spectacular complex specially designed for the occasion in Doha the confirmation of Spain as the great dominator of world paddle tennis. The men’s and women’s teams signed a great double against Argentina, which continues to lead the list of titles with an increasingly short distance over the country that currently governs with an iron fist.

There is no greater rivalry in paddle tennis than the one starring Spain and Argentina. In this edition, in addition, both countries bet on an extraordinary cast of players, with all the stars of the World Padel Tour. The show was guaranteed. The two powers had reached the final with ease: Spain overwhelmed France and Argentina defeated Brazil. The big date was served.

Triay-Salazar hit first

With an extraordinary atmosphere and perfect facilities, Spain exhibited its strength. The afternoon began with the clear triumph of the women’s team (2-0). Gemma Triay and Alejandra Salazar, the number one couple of the World Padel Tour, certified the first joy by clearly imposing themselves on Claudia Jensen and Silvana Campus (6-2, 6-0). Much more worked was the second victory in a clash resolved in three sets. Ari Sanchez, the player born from Reus, and Paula Josemaría they ended up surpassing Delfi Brea and Aranza Osoro by 7-6, 2-6 and 6-4.

The women’s team added its seventh World Cup for the eight that Argentina treasures. The success in the male category remained to be completed. Football player Santi Cazorla, Al Sadd player in which he trained Xavi Before arriving at the Camp Nou, he had a great time in the stands.

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Colossal triumph

The duo formed by Arturo Coello and Alejandro Galán scored the first point by knocking down Sanyo Gutiérrrez and Agustín Tapia by 6-1 and 7-5. The double was confirmed with an epic victory for the heroic Paquito Navarro, that endured with discomfort, and Juan Lebron against Fernando Belasteguin and Martín di Nenno (6-2, 3-6, 7-5). It is the fourth crown for Spain in the men’s World Cup, which has been resisting since 2010. The Argentines have 10 titles in their showcases.

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