Premier Padel

Here are the Madrid p1 finalists


This afternoon, the first semifinals of the Premier Padel Madrid took place, and we now have the pairs who have booked their spots in the final.

In the women's category, Paula Josemaría and Ariana Sánchez faced off against the Alayeto twins in the first semifinal of the day. The first set was evenly matched, with both pairs showing strength in their service games. At 3-3, the first break of the match came, and Josemaría and Sánchez took the lead, ultimately securing the set 6-3.

Moving into the second set, the higher-ranked pair continued to exhibit skillful play, leaving little room for their opponents. They dominated with a final score of 6-3, 6-2.

Their opponents in the final will be Brea and Gonzalez, who displayed an impressive performance against the champions of the Major de Italia, Ortega and Triay, defeating them decisively 6-2, 6-2.

In the men's first semifinal, Paquito Navarro and Federico Chingotto took on Momo González and Sanyo Gutiérrez. This encounter has often resulted in long and intense battles on previous occasions.

The match started off evenly, with both pairs displaying great precision in critical situations. Navarro and Chingotto secured an early break, but their opponents managed to level the score. The first part of the match was decided in a tiebreak after just over an hour of play. González and Gutiérrez showed strength and took control of the match.

A great comeback

In the second set, Navarro and Chingotto left no doubts about their superiority, delivering a dominant performance and winning 6-1.

The fate of the semifinal in Madrid was determined in a thrilling third set. González and Gutiérrez took an early lead and seemed to be closing in on the final. However, the third-seeded pair refused to surrender. At 3-3, Momo González suffered a left leg injury after falling on the court, but he bravely got back on his feet and continued the battle. Navarro and Chingotto capitalized on the opportunity, taking the lead and ultimately winning the match with a score of 6-7, 6-1, 6-3.

Their rivals will be Agustín Tapia and Arturo Coello, who won a very tough three set match against Luciano Capra and Maxi Sánchez, 3/6 6/2 7/5.


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