We have been saying it since the start of this tournament, with the numerous absences, a complicated end of the year for the players and the end of World Padel Tour, this leads to many surprises. During the quarter-finals of the 2023 Mexican Open, we once again had surprises.

Gentlemen: The 4 points to know

  • The battle for first place continues.
  • The two teams vying for first place remain in play, but the Superpibes' chances diminish as Tapia and Coello advance in the tournament. Indeed, if the Spanish-Argentinian duo reaches the final this Sunday, they will guarantee their place at the top of the rankings.
  • Agustin Tapia and Arturo Coello were the first to advance to the semi-finals, beating Teo Zapata and Fran Guerrero: 6/2 6/4.
  • Franco Stupaczuk and Martín Di Nenno also did what was necessary against Javi Ruiz and Pablo Cardona: 6/4 6/1.

More surprises for the gentlemen

  • Tino Libaak and Leo Augsburger, as well as Alex Arroyo and Edu Alonso, defy all odds. These young pairs beat higher ranked opponents and are now in the semi-finals.
  • Libaak and Augsburger won against Victor Ruiz and Lucas Bergamini in three sets.
  • Alex Arroyo and Edu Alonso triumphed against Momo Gonzalez and Javi Garrido to secure a place in the semi-finals.
Edu Alonso Mexico victory

Virseda/Jensen defeats Salazar/Araujo

  • Vero Virseda and Claudia Jensen maintain high expectations in Mexico.
  • With the top two ranked pairs eliminated, the quarter-finals revealed which teams would take their chance in the semi-finals.
  • Virseda and Jensen, already qualified for the Master Final, beat Ale Salazar and Sofía Araujo in three sets.
  • In the semi-finals, they will face Bea Gonzalez and Delfi Brea, the big favorites of the tournament, who beat Aranza Osoro and Jessica Castello in three sets.
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.