Like we said, it is not good to be seeded in this Mexico GNP P1 among women. Among the top 4 pairs in the world, only seed 2 remains, Delfi Brea et Bea Gonzalez. The fault lies with young people eager for results.

This is the case ofAlejandra Alonso et Andrea Ustero who are having an almost perfect tournament so far in Acapulco. Respectively 32nd and 39th in the FIP rankings, their ranking does not prevent them from shining under the Mexican sun.

Alejandra Alonso and Andrea Ustero make their opponents tremble in this P1. First of all, they managed to release, from the 16th, the pair Vero Virseda et Marta Ortega, yet in the semi-final of the Qatar Major, in their first tournament together. The Virseda/Ortega pair, off to a good start in their meeting against the young Spanish stars, suffered the remontada of youth, who knew take your chance. A victory 2/6 6/2 6/2 for Alejandra and Andrea who were full of confidence before reaching the quarter-finals.

To reach the final four of this tournament, they had to pass Zazu Osoro et Carmen Goenaga, who had brought down Ale Salazar et Tamara Icardo the day before. This was nothing to worry the two young players who needed exactly an hour to defeat their opponents of the day. They inflict a severe 6/2 6/2 to the Osoro/Goenaga pair. Only 16 years ago, (Ustero) and 17 years ago, (Alonso), the Spanish are heading straight into the semi-final.

Today, they will have to repeat a feat if they want to reach the final in Acapulco. They will face Virginia Riera et Sofia Araujo (TS6), in the first rotation of the day.

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.