After the superb victory of Galán / Chingotto, last Sunday at P2 Belgium, facing the first world pair Coello / Tapia, the Spanish-Argentinian pair once again become the favorites of the competition at the end of a match with ups and downs.

We're not going to lie to you: it wasn't the most beautiful game, especially in the second set, with numerous unforced errors from the four players, like Tapia and Coello who are “literally holed” in the last set.

The match point is incredible with a PAR 4 very well within the ropes of Coello to return to equality. And the Spaniard misses his smash only to be logically countered by Galán who followed well. Coello's good defense is insufficient since Tapia, who has the opportunity to defend a ball in stride, also misses.

We can remember the little comeback from Galán / Chingotto in the second set since they were down 3/1 before coming back into the game again due to a lot of inaccuracies from Coello / Tapia.

And yet, Ale Galán did not have his best match at all. Far from it. Sometimes frustrated, sometimes angry with him, we felt him under tension. His game did not satisfy him. And for good reason, while he has an impeccable Chingotto to his right, Galán at times makes gross errors which put Tapia / Coello back in the saddle.

We will thus remember the final victory in 2 sets, 6/3, 7/5, a second big victory against the first world pair and above all a new final in three tournaments (Belgium and Puerto Cabello), this time against Di Nenno / Stupa.

Franck Binisti

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.