What suspense during the A1 semi-finals Padel Chile Open, this Saturday, with two matches that will have kept us in suspense until the end.

After two matches which lasted three sets, we finally know the identity of the four protagonists who will enter the track today!

Maximiliano Arce / Franco Dal Bianco, on the mat

The world number 1s in A1 are not making it at the start of the season. The proof is that they are once again deprived of the final, as may have been the case at SIMSA Puebla…

This time, their dementors are none other than Ramiro Pereyra et Adrian Allemandi (TS4), authors of a very solid match to overcome the pair Arce / Dal Bianco.

It took three sets and a decisive tie-break in the third set to decide between these two teams. In the end, the advantage shifts in favor of outsiders of the meeting, who win the first ticket for the final of the tournament!

On the other side, Maximiliano Arce and Franco Dal Bianco are once again deprived of the title. Since the start of the season, those who reigned on the A1 circuit last season, have still not won a single title. A situation which does not suit them since behind them, their dolphins have every intention of dethroning them at the top.

Tolito Aguirre and Gonzalo Alfonso tremble

In the second semi-final of the day, we find “the magicians". Tolito Aguirre et Gonzalo Alfonso, on a cloud since the start of the season, are trying to score the hat-trick for Chile.

Facing them, Juani De Pascual et Agustin Torre have other plans in mind. From the first set, the 3rd seed pushed Aguirre/Alfonso, achieving the feat of taking a set from them… which had not happened since the start of the season.

Stung, Tolito Aguirre and Gonzalo Alfonso reacted immediately by flying through the second set. The third will ultimately be closer between the two teams. Nevertheless, it ultimately turns to the advantage of the favorites of the meeting : Tolito Aguirre and Gonzalo Alfonso.

Tolito Aguirre Gonzalo Alfonso

So we will have the revenge of Monaco, in this final of the Chile Open. During the first confrontation between the two teams, Tolito Aguirre and Gonzalo Alfonso easily won against Tito Allemandi and Ramiro Pereyra: 6 / 4 6 / 2.

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.