We will remember Jérémy Scatena and Willy Lahoz's first match at the Menorca Open 2019. Very special conditions that have embarrassed Willy to the point of not being able to play during almost 2 sets.

We will tell you everything.

The Menorca Open - World Padel Tour was an opportunity to test Lahoz / Scatena association for the first time. Except that, the playing conditions were not favorable to Willy Lahoz.

Indeed, playing in a semi-indoor structure with the problem of shade / light has totally destabilized Willy Lahoz. "Iit was very clearly a problem of visions"Says Jeremy Scatena.

The departure is catastrophic. In about ten minutes, the French-Spanish pair is led 5 / 0. Then 6 / 2.

it is not going well at all. Willy can not play. He does not see. Embarrassed to make incredible mistakes. He is obviously the target of opponents who obviously see that he can not play.

The sun is hiding and the light has been!

At 6 / 2 5 / 2 in a very short time, we do not "see" how the game can turn around. Willy Lahoz is only "the shadow" of himself. He just can not play. But the prayers of the Franco-Spanish pair are heard: The sun disappears. The vision on the ground finally becomes more or less normal.

Melgratti / Frugoni, the opponents of the day, are known players and recognized on the professional circuit. But with Willy Lahoz and his come back, they will not be able to do much.

Scatena / Lahoz makes up for 5 games in a row and wins the second set 7 / 5.

The 3e set is hooked and the game is balanced. But with Jérémy Scatena very hot and a Willy Lahoz found, the Franco-Spanish pair eventually won 6 / 4 in the last set.

A game that was to be forgotten has become a very important match for the rest of the events, because she showed that she had a mentality and that she could play very well together.

Will Lahoz, a partner like no other?

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.