Martin Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk qualified for their first final of the season at P2 in Seville by winning against Juan Lebron and Paquito Navarro. Let's look back at this success thanks to the statistics of Padel Intelligence.

A decision rendered on details

86 points won in this bet in favor of the Superpibes, against 83 in favor of the Andalusians. This is what a clash at the highest level of the padel global. The Argentinians therefore signed a small extra break to make the difference in the last round.

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In the first set, the four men were fighting each other and the advantage could go in one direction or the other, like the score. However, the Superpibes recorded the best winning points/unforced errors ratio -22/10 against 16/9 – which explains why the first round fell into their hands.

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Navarro on fire in front of his audience

In the second round, Paquito Navarro completely let go. In difficulty in his duel with Stupa on the diagonal, the Andalusian slammed his fist on the table and completely changed the situation in this game: 11 winning points for only 3 unforced errors, a score of +1,5 on points important and +12,6, far ahead of the other three players.

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With the help of a refocused and solid Juan LeBron, the Sevillian delighted his audience at La Cartuja. The Spaniards converted the only break point they got and, thanks to the efficiency of the 35-year-old, had no problem holding it until the end.

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The collapse of Paquito, the rebirth of Stupa

While we expected a tactical adaptation from the Superpibes, it is not what we might have expected. Instead of redirecting the game diagonally between Juan Lebron and Martin Di Nenno, the Argentinians decided to pound the Sevillian in the hope of turning him from a dream into a nightmare.

Franco Stupaczuk went up a notch in the last act and felt that he had what it took to make his opposite number crack. Juan Lebron therefore experienced quite a cold in the third set and witnessed his partner's descent into hell.

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Results of the races: Stupa shone at the end of the match, posting impressive numbers: 11 winning shots for 4 unforced errors. Conversely, Paquito won only a quarter of the points played behind his serve, and a quarter of the points played behind his return. Clubbed, the Sevillian hit two thirds of the balls sent by Stupa and Di Nenno, the latter not hesitating to play straight in front of him.

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Martin Schmuda

A competitive tennis player, Martin discovered the padel in 2015 in Alsace and appeared in a few tournaments in Paris. Today a journalist, he deals with current affairs padel while continuing its rise in the world of the little yellow ball!