Bela and Yanguas made a comeback — ready for the semi-finals
This year's edition of the Danish Open is in full swing in Denmark.
During the evening, the newly formed pair Bela and Yanguas made a strong effort and managed to defeat Garrido and Sanz.
During the day, quarter-finals graced the World Padel Tour in Denmark. Fernando Belasteguín and Miguel Yanguas managed to win the round of 16 yesterday against Lucas Bergamini and Victor Ruiz with 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.
Today, Spaniards Javier Garrido and Jon Sanz were on the other side of the net. Garrido and Sanz started the match strongly by winning the break. The pair kept the lead and won the first set 6-3.
Turned around and won
The second set was a more even affair. Several "Golden Points" decided the game, but the pairs were strongest in their service games. At 5-4, Bela and Yanguas broke and won the second set.
The Spanish pair took the lead immediately in the deciding set and put in a strong performance. At 5-3, Bela and Yanguas had the chance to serve the quarter-final with a golden point, but their opponents managed to break. The legend and shooting star got another match point in the following game, but the opponents won the decisive point again.
Fernando Belasteguín and Miguel Yanguas got a third match point at "Golden Point" 6-5. They were the strongest this time and won the match 3-6, 6-4, 7-5.
"I'm super happy"
— First of all, thank you all. It's a pleasure to play in Denmark. My first semi-final here, so I'm very happy. Thank you to my family who are here. It's extraordinary to play in front of them. I'm super happy," said Mike Yanguas after the win.
The semi-finals are tomorrow against Sanyo Gutiérrez and Momo Gonzalez, who beat Paquito Navarro and Federico Chingotto in the quarter-finals. In the evening, the remaining men's quarter-finals are expected to be decided in Denmark.