The final square of the Paraguayan P2 starts today, at 20 p.m. French time, live on the Youtube channel Premier Padel. Which doubles will reach the finals? Response elements with Padel Intelligence…

Coello/Tapia – Navarro/Lebron

The first duel of the season between the two pairs promises to be tough. If Paquito is an adversary who smiles at Arthur Coello (14 victories) and Agustin Wall (18), the presence of Juan Lebron could change things. With 43 cumulative victories, the Spaniard has a psychological advantage over his two rivals. The match could well be played on the serve, a sector where Paquito Navarro (76% success) and Arturo Coello (89%) both shone in the quarters.

Stupaczuk/Di Nenno – Chingotto/Galan

To take revenge for their defeat in Seville, the Franco Stupaczuk et Martin Di Nenno will have to surpass themselves. Fallers of González/Ruiz, Fede Chingotto et Ale Galan continue their flawless performance. A series marked by the offensive efficiency of the Spaniard (21 direct points, 11 successful smashes) and the regularity of the Argentinian (only 4 direct errors) during the previous round. In direct confrontations, the advantage goes to Galan (53 cumulative wins), even if Chingotto struggles against his compatriots (37 losses in total).

Ortega/Virseda – Brea/Gonzalez

On paper, this first women's semi-final looks unbalanced. If Marta Ortega manages to stand up to the Superpibas (19 victories, 20 defeats in total), this is not really the case of Vero Virseda. The world number 15 has only won five times, including… only once against Bea Gonzalez. It will be necessary to deliver an exploit to overthrow the best team of the moment.

Triay/Fernandez – Sanchez/Josemaria

As in Brussels and Seville, the two 100% Iberian pairs will have to face each other. Gemma Triay has shown for several years that it is capable of destabilizing the queens of the circuit (46 successes, 47 losses). Here, the main question concerns Claudia fernandez. Will she be able to get up to speed for this gala poster? She will have to draw inspiration from her game in Belgium to get back on track...

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It was through his father that Auxence discovered the padel, one evening in June 2018. Today, he passionately follows the international circuit and teases the pala in his training club, Toulouse Padel Club. You can also find it on La Feuille de Match and, two specialist media on Toulouse Football Club.