In this breathtaking clash between Galan/Lebron and Stupa/Di Nenno, Juan Lebron seems to have been the most tested, particularly surprised by Martin Di Nenno. The latter, often too quickly categorized as a simple defensive player, showed much more than that.
In the diagonal of the Andalusian was the Argentinian, Martin Di Nenno, very offensive and who sometimes stepped on the Spaniard.
Two images illustrate this demonstration. The first is a smash from Di Nenno diagonally and Lebron tries to catch the ball in vain by going over the net. Lebron's gesture next is very nice with his push-ups performed on the opponent's side.
Madre mía que partido estamos vieendo et cómo están volando los Superpibes. Is an orgullo ver y jugar a este deporte y qué values transmittede el padel. Buen rollo, respect and admiration for the rival and gestures like this is that much of their life has been converted into rare words. pic.twitter.com/eC7Ij3Ba2k— Pádel Break (@Padel_Break) October 14, 2023
And what about this set point won in the tie break of the first set by Stupa / Di Nenno? Martin will again opt for a very strong smash instead of pushing this ball. Stupa raises his hands. Yes, this set won is almost synonymous with the match. Behind, the Argentine pair will be imperial.
A player who excels in defense, in work and in tactical dominion, he is the sumando Martín Di Nenno has a physical explosion and a successful performance that calls him into a serious candidate at number 1. moment of the party. pic.twitter.com/Dfe5VOVYb3— Pádel Break (@Padel_Break) October 14, 2023
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.