World Padel Tour

Four years later: Brea and González crowned champions at the Danish Open


Less than two months since their reunion, the young Spanish-Argentinian pair secures their first title of their second chapter together, almost four years later.

In the women's final of the World Padel Tour Danish Open, the number two-ranked duo, Gemma Triay and Alejandra Salazar, faced off against Delfina Brea and Bea González. Both pairs had met three times this season, with Triay and Salazar emerging victorious on all occasions, although this marked their first encounter in a final.

The match began with both teams struggling to hold their serves. However, it was Bea González (22) and Delfina Brea (24) who quickly found their rhythm. Displaying a high-intensity game, the talented young players dominated the first set with authority, closing the scoreline with a commanding 6-2 in their favor.

In the second part, the number two-ranked pair mounted a comeback. Gemma and Alejandra swiftly secured two breaks, taking a 4-1 lead in the scoreboard, which ultimately proved enough to claim the set with a score of 6-3.

The final set was highly contested, but the youth and talent of Brea and González once again shone through. The young pair prevailed in crucial moments, ultimately clinching the match with a score of 6-2, 3-6, 6-4.

Champions four years later

For Brea and González, this triumph marked their first title together in their second chapter as a pair, nearly four years after their two Challenger championships in 2019.

The Spanish-Argentinian duo closed an impeccable tournament, eliminating the number one and number two-ranked pairs in the world. Furthermore, Bea González, who had won the tournament last year alongside Martita Ortega, successfully defended her title as the champion of Denmark.

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