Padel Magazine - It took time for the current 1 padel world numbers to come back to business and finally win their 1er WPT since the announcement of their planned separation for the end of the year.
That it was difficult! After the NUCIA WPT final and this 5 defeat against the Padel Princes (Mieres and Lima), Fernando Belasteguin and Juan Martin Diaz once again fought for 5 sets.
But this time, it will be against against this pair so atypical on the paper namely Matías Díaz and Cristian Gutiérrez (Pair n ° 4 world). A particular game where the defense game is king.
5 sets (6-4, 4-6, 5-7, 6-3 and 6-4) will eventually be awarded to the world number one to win and win the Alcobendas Open Trophy.
Bela and Juan were led two sets to one. They were in the red and opposite, not a lot of gifts. But a game will think the scales: the famous 7e game 4e set. 3 everywhere, the pairs practice high level and difficult to know who will come out winner of this final game. It is at this point that Bela offers us some points which he has the secret to knock out the opponent. JMD offers us some moves out of nowhere and here we are 3 games later at 6 / 3.
It's terrible for Gutierrez and Matias Diaz, especially since they will lose the 5e set on a avoidable break.
The players will have delivered a beautiful battle and a match with suspense. It was not enough to make the audience hysterical with happiness.
Franck Binisti - Padel Magazine
[author image = ”https://padelmagazine.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/10499544_659989347431520_1733810129664643128_o.jpg”] 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 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.