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BREAKING: Tapia/Sanyo and Bela/Coello will be new partners after Lugo Open

Padel Alto has previously reported that Sanyo Gutierrez's first choice was Agustin Tapia and that Fernando Belasteguin chose to play with Arturo Coello after Lugo Open. The information is now confirmed by a reliable source to Padel Alto. The new pairs are making their first tournament at the Menorca Open. 

During the day, Padel Alto has reported about two bombs in the padel world. Fernando Belasteguin and Sanyo Gutierrez are going separate ways, as AlDrive Padel and Padel Data were the first to report after an interview with Sanyo Gutierrez. 

A few hours later, Agustin Tapia and Pablo Lima also announced their break-up after the Lugo Open. According to a reliable source contacted by Padel Alto, Sanyo Gutierrez's first choice was Agustin Tapia, if the Argentine's contract allowed for a swap. 

And that Fernando Belasteguin has decided to team up with super-talent Arturo Coello. 

Now Padel Alto can reveal that the information is confirmed. After the Lugo Open, Agustin Tapia and Sanyo Gutierrez will pair up, and Fernando Belasteguin will play with Arturo Coello. 

— From Menorca Open, these two pair is 100% confirmed, says the reliable source to Padel Alto. 

According to the source contacted by Padel Alto, Fernando Belasteguin and Arturo Coello have agreed to continue playing next season if the cooperation works well. Sanyo Gutierrez and Agustin Tapia will play out the season and then decide on continuation. Padel Alto has information that Agustin Tapia and Martin Di Nenno have contacted each other to form a pair for the next season. 

The first tournament with the new constellations will be the Menorca Open. The substitutions put a lot of spin on the pairs on the World Padel Tour. Pablo Lima is now without a partner. It is, at the moment, unclear who the Brazilian will pair up with in the future. 

Another pair to go their separate ways after the Lugo Open is the super talent Javi Leal and his partner Miguel Semmler. 

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