González and Brea clinch the title in a marathon match
Bea González and Delfi Brea were crowned champions in Madrid after a thrilling final. The duo secured their first Premier Padel title.
Today marked the highly anticipated women's final of the Premier Padel in Madrid. The favorites, Paula Josemaría and Ariana Sánchez, faced off against Bea González and Delfi Brea. Both pairs had put on a brilliant display leading up to the match, not dropping a single set throughout the entire tournament.
The match started evenly, with the players showcasing skillful and precise gameplay. The first set was characterized by lengthy games, providing both pairs with opportunities to take control of the match. At 5-5, the world number ones managed to secure the crucial break, eventually claiming the set.
Overcoming a significant deficit
The second set was the complete opposite of the first. It began with a series of back-and-forth breaks. Towards the end, Josemaría and Sánchez gained a 3-1 advantage.
The world number one pair secured another break, nearing the title, but González and Brea staged a remarkable comeback, leveling the score at 4-4. The set was decided in a tiebreak, where González and Brea displayed greater strength.
A third set settled the grueling battle in Madrid. Both pairs demonstrated incredible prowess in their service games, fighting hard for each point. Ultimately, a tiebreak determined the set, the match, and the tournament.
González and Brea saved four match points and ultimately emerged as the victors, providing the audience with an unforgettable spectacle.
Match result: 5-7, 7-6, 7-6 in favor of González and Brea after 3 hours and 20 minutes.
Next week, the action continues with the World Padel Tour Málaga Open.