Javi Garrido and Mike Yanguas, in addition to their quarrels over services, did not create a surprise at Seville P2. Opposed to Arturo Coello and Agustin Tapia in the quarters, the two Spaniards were soundly beaten 1/6 – 2/6.

And yet, Juani Mieres' men did everything to believe in the feat. While they were down 1/6 – 2/3, Garrido took advantage of a break to chat with his partner and his coach. An exchange captured by the microphones of Premier Padel.

“We're playing against two guys who are the best pair in the world. Every time we lose a point, it's like blowing, and every time we win a point, it's normal. We are going to be as expressive about misses as we are about winning shots. That's all I ask of you. If we win a point, we will celebrate it like when we miss a point and get angry. »

Despite this speech, the Iberian pair did not resist the world numbers 1 and 3. They will try to revive themselves during the next tournament at Asunción.

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