This final in Argentina is special for the Brea/Gonzalez pair. If successful, she would join one of the most famous pairs on the professional circuit who took his retirement last August: the Alayeto sisters.

Brea/Gonzalez: a 5th consecutive victory to join the Alayeto sisters

If Brea/Gonzalez wins the tournament, it will be the 5th consecutive victory on the professional circuit. This hasn't happened since 2016 with the Alayeto sisters. At the time, they had won 7 consecutive tournaments (La Coruna, Barcelona, ​​Valladolid, Mijas, Alicante, Seville, Andorra).

Even the Salazar/Triay or Josemaria/Sanchez pairs have not managed to make 5 consecutive titles.

Even though Triay and Salazar won Sardinia, Barcelona, ​​Lugo, Menorca and Córdoba in 2021, in the meantime there were two challengers won by Araujo/Nogueira and Castello/Collombon, although it is not the same thing… C This was the little note to talk about and return in particular to the victory of Castello/Collombon..

On to the final!

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.