The Argentines add a new title to their season after defeating the world number one in the final with a score of 7-5, 6-4 in a great game.
He World Padel Tour Madrid Masters It ended with the men’s definition battle between the two fittest couples on the circuit. Martín Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk They arrived having survived a poor first set against Paquito and Chingotto in the semi-final, but confident in their possibilities. Agustin Tapia and Arturo Coello They arrived after defeating Sanyo and Agustín Gutiérrez, who were playing their first tournament after the split between Sanyo and Momo was made official. “Los Superpibes” is the pair that has had the most success in putting the number one contender on the ropes and they would try again.
The Argentinians are first
The game started as expected, with great equality between two couples who have played a lot of games this year and know each other very well. The first to strike were Franco and Martín, who secured the first break of the match in the fifth game with a forehand walldrop from Coello into the net. Their rivals immediately made up for the disadvantage, with an empty counterattack after a great shot from Tapia that Stupa failed to reach.. It was the Argentines who were responsible for leveling the score again, thanks to another break in the eleventh game when Agustín hit a backhand shot into the metal fence. Franco and Martín didn’t miss a beat and won the set 7-5 in their favor with a long lob from Tapia.
Stupa and Di Nenno complete the finale
The second set began in the same tone as the previous one, with long exchanges between both pairs, aided by the slow conditions on the court. “The Superpibes” found the speed of the pitch the perfect ally to bring the game to their pitch and exert control over every ball played. So they suffered a break in the climax of the seventh game after a cramp at the net that culminated in Tapia missing a forehand volley. From that moment on, Stupa and Di Nenno knew how to cool the match to make it impossible for Agustín and Arturo, who were on the ropes, to react. Finally, Franco and Martín ended the game with a 6-4 after the drive player performed excellently after a miss by Tapia.