It was the final before its time, the match that everyone wanted to see in Seville, Ale Galán / Fede Chingotto against Arturo Coello / Agustín Tapia.

After the spectacle we were treated to during this P2 final in Belgium which turned to the advantage of Galán / Chingotto, let's head to this P2 semi-final in Seville.

A match which seemed particularly heated between the men and which was illustrated by a rather unusual cry of encouragement from Galán towards the Spanish-Argentinian pair Coello / Tapia at 5 all in the second set.

To the point where Tapia and Coello went to see Galán to understand why he had reacted with certainly a little exaggeration. This was followed by a discussion between the four players. Despite the referee's “tiempo” to put an end to the chatter, nothing happens, the players continue as if nothing had happened.

This is not to the taste of the referee who will put everyone in agreement by giving a warning to both pairs.

It didn't take much for the four players to ask the referee for an explanation for this decision.

The referee will remain firm with the players, which will allow the game to resume.

Final victory for Galan / Chingotto in 2 sets: 6/3 7/5.

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.