WPT - Allemandi / Nieto, what a series!

Coki Nieto and Tito Allemandi are on an incredible streak of six games won in a row without losing a single set on the World Padel Tour.

Tito Allemandi and Coki Nieto debuted together just under three months ago, following their respective separations with Pablo Lijo and Juan Martin Diaz. A new association which did not really make a splash at the beginning but which is clearly gaining momentum.

22-year-old Coki Nieto is still a hope of the padel global. Currently 22nd in the ranking of World Padel Tour, the Madrilenian still has the future ahead of him and he hopes to be part of the top names in the years to come. For some time now, he seems to be thriving perfectly alongside this tireless worker who is Tito Allemandi. At almost 41 years old, the Argentinian is still just as strong to maneuver the game and put his partner in the best conditions.

After a shy start, the two come from win their first title together at Calanda, but they don't seem to be about to stop there. Uncompromising during the Challenger, they continue on the same path in Cascais!

Surprise winners of Bela / Sanyo in the first round, they left no chance yesterday in the eighth to Victor Ruiz and José Rico, swept 6/3 6/0. Pretty incredible statistic, the two men are 6 wins in a row, all without

To extend the series, they will have to dominate another very fit pair, the one made up of Paquito Navarro and Martin Di Nenno. Tito and Coki are obviously not starting favorites on paper, but with these two, we are not immune to another surprise!

The meeting will take place today, in the third rotation of the morning, it will be to follow just below:

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Xan Tafernaberry