For padel, all eyes were on this last match of the day, the revenge of Milan, the Classic Lebron/Galan – Stupaczuk/Di Nenno. In front of more than 15.700 spectators, the four protagonists delivered a high quality match.

We expected nothing less from this match, between these two pairs who will have delighted us all year. Clear advantage for the former world numbers 1, 5-1 in face-offs.

In yet another close encounter, it is once again Lebron and Galan who take the advantage. Victory in two sets, 7/5 7/5.

Lebron/Galan, in combat

The former world number 1s start this match with great intentions. Lebron and Galan break early in this match. THE superpibes – or rather, the superdiesels – are assailed under the attacks of Ale Galan, very efficient in the air sector.

However, Martin and Franco grab point by point to get back to the score. They break and get back into this game.

Despite everything, the former world numbers 1 continue to push on the service of their opponents. At 6-5, Lebron and Galan erase a tie-break point to get a set ball. On a very big point, they win the first round of this match.

JUAN LEBRON ALE GALAN MASTER FINAL

Lebron and Galan do it again

The second set has the same appearance as the first, with a break from the first service game of the superpibes. Once again, Argentinians don't let themselves be left behind in this set and resume the delay break.

Stupa and Di Nenno even manage to take a service game from Lobo and Galantico. The Argentinian pair used to return to a set everywhere in this last semi-final of the day. She even gets two set points. This was without counting on the determination of Juan Lebron and Ale Galan who never play as well as when their backs are against the wall. Once again, the former world number 1s erase a set point to get back to 5-5.

Again at 6-5, the superpibes are used to get a tie-break. But once again, Lebron and Galan have other plans. On a new golden point, Ale and Juan reach a third consecutive final at the Barcelona Master Final.

So they join Paquito Navarro and Federico Chingotto, winners of their meeting against Coello/Tapia.

Gwenaelle Souyri

It was his brother who one day told him to accompany him on a track. padel, since then, Gwenaëlle has never left the court. Except when it comes to going to watch the broadcast of Padel Magazine, World Padel Tour… or Premier Padel…or the French Championships. In short, she is a fan of this sport.