Since his association with Fede Chingotto, Ale Galan has taken up a lot of space on the pitch. Sometimes even a little too much. From his height of 86 meters, the Madrilenian dominates his partner by 16 centimeters, which pushes certain players to develop strategies.

During the P2 final in Seville, the super kids failed to agree on the tactics to adopt. At the end of the first set, the two players had a heated argument on the bench, Stupaczuk reproaching Di Nenno for not lobbing straight at Galan. The cameras on site were able to capture this high-tension exchange.

Stupaczuk: “Why don’t you put it straight on Galan? »

Di Nenno: “Because I didn’t have 500 balls to play in this set, stupid!” »

Stupaczuk : Martin, you don't put a single fucking lob in parallel. The guys on the ground don't go out! Chingo goes back and forth until you burn! But I understand. Let's work on this game, since they're not releasing.

Di Nenno : “I don’t like it. What do you want me to tell you?

Pozzoni (coach) : “Listen to me and follow my advice. Play “Chingo”, put the ball in front of him. The guy behind, he’s behind. The lob is useless!"

The plan did not bear fruit, since the Argentines lost 7/6 (6) – 6/4 against “Chingalan”.

It was through his father that Auxence discovered the padel, six years earlier. Today, he follows the international circuit with passion 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.