Fede Chingotto comes back to life since joining forces with Ale Galan. With six finals in six tournaments and three titles, the new duo “Chingalan” stands up to Arturo Coello and Agustin Tapia. We are treated to a real battle between these two pairs and these are not the fans of padel who will complain about it.

Monday in the final in Chile, Agustin Tapia and Arturo Coello, after passing a 6/0 to their opponents, began to see the specter of Mar Del Plata resurface, they who had lost in Argentina after winning the first set facing pair number 2.

To be able to get their heads above water, “King Arturo” and the “Mozart of Catamarca” needed to keep a cool head, as Agus explained during a change of ends.

“There is only one key in this match: it is to be in the right mind. Even if it looks like Chingotto is 1,95 meters tall and it seems impossible to score a point on him, we have to stay strong in our heads so as not to get discouraged. This is what they provoke, but also what we provoke in our adversaries. By hanging on mentally, we stay in the match.”

A message which bore fruit and which illustrates the Argentinian's respect for his compatriot. Able to stay a very long time without missing a shot and even make the difference when necessary (14 winning shots in the semi-final with a 7 out of 8 in the smash!), Fede Chingotto is at the top of his game, and that clearly doesn't escape anyone's notice!

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