In Brussels, Ale Galan didn't just receive a bronze racket. Thanks to his victory at Brussels Premier Padel P2, with Fede Chingotto, the Spaniard also regained his place as world number 2.

A tiny gap with Agustin Tapia

At the end of a fiercely contested final against COELLO/TAPIA (6/4 6/7(4) 6/2), it is indeed the “Chingalan” pair who have risen to the throne. Arturo Coello remains the undisputed leader of the men's ranking (13 points) but now his runner-up is called Ale Galan. The Madrilenian returns to second position (10 points) at the expense ofAgustin Tapia…for a difference of 23 units.

Brussels Premier Padel P2

Few changes in the Top 20

In the rest of the ranking, Yanguas/Garrido signs the successful operation of the tournament. The Iberian pair, dismissed in the semi-final by COELLO/TAPIA, has just exceeded Juan Tello. The Argentinian is currently in 13th place. For his part, Maxi Sánchez finds the Top 20 and slides Lucas Bergamini of a row.

Mike Yanguas Javi Garrido Brussels P2

The 2024 men's FIP ranking (as of April 30, 2024):

1) Arturo Coello – 13033 pts

2) Alejandro Galan – 10900 pts

3) Agustin Tapia – 10877 pts

4) Juan Lebron – 10235 pts

5) Martin Di Nenno – 9068 pts

6) Franco Stupaczuk – 8241 pts

7) Francisco Navarro – 7745 pts

8) Federico Chingotto – 7247 pts

9) Fernando Belasteguin – 5448 pts

10) Carlos Daniel Gutierrez – 3983 pts

11) Miguel Yanguas – 3740 pts

12) Javier Garrido – 3734 pts

13) Juan Tello – 3631 pts

14) Jeronimo Gonzalez – 3444 pts

15) Alejandro Ruiz – 3304 pts

16) Jorge Nieto – 3251 pts

17) Pablo Lima – 3035 pts

18) Jon Sanz – 2853 pts

19) Victor Ruiz – 2546 pts

20) Maximiliano Sanchez – 2527 pts

It was through his father that Auxence discovered the padel, six years earlier. Today, he follows the international circuit with passion and teases the pala in his training club, Toulouse Padel Club. You can also find it on La Feuille de Match and LesViolets.com, two specialist media on Toulouse Football Club.