Who could have bet on such a final in Acapulco, where it was not good to be seeded in the women's draw. Since the start of the competition, we have witnessed a real massacre among the women.

Very quickly, Josemaria / Sanchez, Triay/Fernandez or even Salazar/Icardo were released. All that remained was Delfi Brea et Bea Gonzalez (TS2). Unfortunately, the superpibas couldn't do much in their semi-final and were also out.

Results : we will be entitled to a completely new final in Acapulco.

Riera/Araujo, to the experience

The first finalists of the day are Virginia Riera et Sofia Araujo. The latter overcame the pair Andrea Ustero / Alejandra Alonso in three sets: 4/6 6/1 6/4.

In the first set, the more experienced pair struggled to get their game going. Despite some errors Andrea and Alejandro, the two young Spanish players won the first set of this meeting.

This loss of the first round woke up Riera/Araujo. The two players only had to play in the other two sets, with high quality stitches. They therefore qualified for the final of this Mexico GNP P1.

Jess Castello and Claudia Jensen outclass Brea/Gonzalez

Small sensation during the second ladies semi-final with the elimination of Delfi Brea et Bea Gonzalez. THE superpibas were eliminated in two short sets by the pair Jessica castello / Claudia jensen. These latter imposed themselves 7 / 5 6 / 3.

It's stuck at the start of the season for Delfi Brea and Bea Gonzalez who can't do it. Certainly, there was a final at Riyadh P1 but since Doha, we already feel a loss of speed of the superpibas who cannot find their way back to victory. However, they were ultra-favorites after the elimination of Josemaria/Sanchez.

Jessica Castello and Claudia Jensen will play their first ever final as a pair this season. They will therefore meet Sofia Araujo and Virginia Riera to try to win the title.

The women's final will start at 17 h (i.e. midnight, French time). Obviously, it will be followed live and in full on the Youtube channel Premier Padel.

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.