Premier Padel

Here are the first finalists of the Italy Major


The Premier Padel Italy Major has already crowned its first two finalists after two matches that were decided swiftly.

Amidst scorching heat at the Foro Itálico in Rome, the first semifinals of the Premier Padel Italy Major took place. Both in the men's and women's brackets, the matches were decided in approximately one hour of play.

Tapia and Coello bulldoze their way into the final

In a highly anticipated showdown, Arturo Coello and Agustín Tapia faced off against Franco Stupaczuk and Martín Di Nenno for the tenth time this season. 

The temperature in Rome set the tone for the early stages of the match, with short and intense points. Tapia and Coello came out aggressively and with near-perfect play, they secured two breaks to swiftly claim the first set 6/2.

The second part of the match unfolded similarly, with the Spanish-Argentinian duo continuing to dominate on the court, while the "Superpibes" struggled to find answers to their opponents' game. Tapia and Coello ultimately triumphed with a resounding 6/2 6/3 victory, breaking Stupaczuk and Di Nenno's streak of three consecutive titles. In Sunday's final, they will face the winners of the clash between Belasteguín/Yanguas and Chingotto/Navarro.

Premier Padel's first female finalists

In the first women's semifinal, Gemma Triay and Marta Ortega had no difficulties defeating the Sánchez Alayeto twins in straight sets. The tournament's second-seeded pair showcased their superiority and secured their spot in the final in less than an hour of play with a commanding 6/2 6/2 victory.

The Spanish duo will battle tomorrow for the championship title against the winners of the match between Josemaría/Sánchez and Brea/González.


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