Padel Magazine - During the Real Open Padel, Agustin Silingo and Fernando Poggi had therefore predicted correctly: The Brazilian, Pablo Lima, current teammate of Juan Mieres, nicknamed the Princes of World Padel Tour, separate at the end of the year. It is now a certainty since we know their future partners for 2015.

This separation of the eternal 2e world pair is the consequence of the end of the collaboration between Fernando Belasteguin and Juan Martin Diaz.

Pablo Lima will join forces with Fernando Belasteguin, while Juan Martin Diaz will join Juan Mieres for 2015.

Some had bet that kind of movement, as the first two world pairs are above the competition at the moment.

Note that there will be a Argentinian-Brazilian pair with Bela and Lima and a Spanish 100 pair at the head of the WPT for 2015.

Of course, we also note that these pairs are very balanced. Lima is the best Brazilian of all time who is associated for some observers to the best Argentineans of all time, while the other pair is just as beautiful with including JM Diaz dubbed "el papa" or "the magician" capable of make points coming out of the padel field and Mieres, an unparalleled striker with a calmer temper than Bela.

However, it will be necessary to wait until next year to see these new pairs on the circuit because Bela and Diaz clearly said that they wished to end in beauty with in particular in point of sight Masters 2014 ...

Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine

[author image = ””] After obtaining his padel instructor diploma from the Madrilenian padel Federation, Franck Binisti created with a small group: Padel Magazine. This site will become the first French padel website. Thanks to the readers, Padel Magazine will set up the GOTOPADEL padel directory. Franck also manages the development of the National Padel Cup in partnership with Christophe Lesage and the National Tennis Cup. [/ Author]

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.