13th confrontation between Ari Sanchez / Paula Josemaria and Bea Gonzalez / Delfi Brea at P2 Seville, advantage to the current first world pair. But since the era Premier Padel, we are 2 everywhere.

Last confrontation, the P1 final in Saudi Arabia which had turned to the advantage of the Spanish.

With our partner Padel Intelligence, zoom on this grand final in Seville.

48 finals played, yes but…

The P2 final in Seville will put everyone in agreement. But beyond the duel, between the two pairs, almost become a classic now, it is the symbolic number of the 30th title within reach for the Spanish pair which seems completely crazy.

But be careful, opposite, Gonzalez / Brea is a pair who are specialists in the finals. Out of 16 finals, 12 were won (75% victory in the final)! While on the Sanchez / Josemaria side, with 48 finals and 29 won, 60% of finals were won. You see it, for the moment, in terms of efficiency in the final, an advantage for the Spanish-Argentinian pair.

Efficiency is not always there…

Moreover, it is fun to analyze the number of tie-breaks between these two pairs: in total 8 tie-breaks including 6 won by Gonzalez / Brea. When things get really hot, the statistics turn to Gonzalez/Brea's advantage.

Visit Canal + Sports 360 from 16 p.m. to follow the finals alongside Charlotte Gabas, Sébastien Heulot and Laura Clergue.

statistics Ari Sanchez / Paula Josemaria and Bea Gonzalez / Delfi Brea seville
statistics Ari Sanchez / Paula Josemaria and Bea Gonzalez / Delfi Brea seville
statistics Ari Sanchez / Paula Josemaria and Bea Gonzalez / Delfi Brea seville
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.