The rumor is more and more persistent. Various sources confirmed that in 2019, Marta Marrero and Alejandra Salazar would separate.

An astonishing separation when we know their history and their results on the World Padel Tour.

The question then would be with whom would these players who are among the best players in the world play in 2019?

Very good question and to which we will try to answer.

There too, information to take with tweezers: Martita Ortega and Ari Sanchez could also separate.

Martita Ortega, right-winger, would play with Marta Marrero while Alejandra Salazar would play with Ari Sanchez.

Of course, questions arise about the veracity of these rumors for several reasons:

First, Marrero / Salazar is at least the 2e world pair ladies. And it has the potential to become (and become again) the first global pair. We also think she is a favorite to win the Masters Final in Madrid. In front of her, the pair Alayeto. It is currently the first pair worldwide, she has won the last two Masters, but we find that the pair Marrero / Salazar revving up and could win this Masters tournament certainly in the final against the binoculars.

Then they are individually better than Martita Ortega and Ari Sanchez. These two players are certainly the best players in the world, but they are less aggressive and effective than Salazar / Marrero. On the right, Alejandra Salazar is more regular and more complete. In particular, she has a forehand volley in her much larger diagonal than Martita Ortega. Marta Marrero is more consistent in duration than Ari Sanchez, sometimes guilty of jumping concentration and errors that can be expensive in a game.

Finally, if all these rumors had to be confirmed, it would be the royal route for the twins who had for the moment as main competing pair the pair Marrero / Salazar for the first place in the world.

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.