The Madrid P1 men's final pitted Paquito Navarro / Federico Chingotto against Arturo Coello / Agustin Tapia. Freshly crowned in Rome a few days ago, the latter hoped to repeat their feat.

However, they were up against a strong team. Since their association, the Andalusian and his Argentinian partner have not ceased to accumulate good results, thus making themselves noticed.

First set: a fierce battle

The start of the match between the two pairs is rather balanced, with neither duo looking ready to back down. Neck and neck, the four players go blow for blow on the court.

On the one hand, the favorites play a solid game and are formidable at the net. On the other, Paquito Navarro and Fede Chingotto are aggressive and disturb Tapia / Coello. A first break realized by Paquito and Fede is immediately canceled, at the end of a game marked by a fall of “Super Raton”, caused by the billboards too close. Nevertheless, the two young stars of the circuit manage to pull out of the game, winning in this first set: 7/5.

Second set: Tapia / Coello move up a gear

Strengthened by their lead, the two prodigies decide to step up the pace to overcome their opponents. The "King Artur" leaves little chance to "Super Raton" in his diagonal, while the native of Catamarca displays an incisive game which puts the Spanish-Argentine pair in difficulty. This time, Paquito and Fede can only see the superiority of their opponents.

Despite a good start to the match, the difference was felt between the two teams during this second set.

Paco and Fede only converted one of their 9 break points, while Coello and Tapia managed 4 breaks from 4 chances. a lack of efficiency which is paid for in cash for the Hispano-Argentinian pair.

Final score: 7/5 - 6/2

The shock pair once again asserted their status as leaders and won a second consecutive title in just a few days.

Sebastien Carrasco

Future naturopath and passionate about padel, Seb is the health/food gentleman of Padel Magazine. He juggles between pala, quinoa and essential oils. For almost two years now he has been dealing with the news of the little yellow ball with the same passion.