The Premier Padel arrives in Mendoza. The tournament, organized by the Argentine Padel Association (APA), is governed by the International Padel Federation and supported by Qatar Sports Investments.
The organizers of the competition decided that rehabilitation stage He will select the pairs who complete the table – which already contains 40 tandem – Entry will be free and free on Sunday and Monday from 10. On Tuesday the row over the main raffle will begin, already with entry via tickets.
Mendoza Premier Pádel P1 will be played at the Aconcagua Arena in Mendoza. It will be the fifth date of the circuit – after competitions in Qatar, Rome, Paris and Madrid – which includes the best bulldozers in the world.
The competition, which awards 1,000 points for ranking, is a first in South America and will have three courts: a center court and two close-up courts. Attendees will be able to see the management of the competition, which will consist of more than 40 games at the same time.
The best players in the world are expected. Argentine stands out Martin de Ninonext to spanish Paquito Navarro Winners in Qatar and ranked 2 worldwide. Current No. 1, Spanish Alejandro Galan and Juan Lebron. Both final pairs played from the competitions so far decided, plus the Chingotto-Tello Finals fell to Roland Garros against the No. 1 seed.
They join the list of the best candidates in the official ranking of FIP, the No. 3 couple, made up of San Luis Daniel Sanyo Gutierrez and Catamarcan Agustin Tapia; Besides the Brazilian Paul Lima -in pair with chaqueño Franco Stobachuk— and Historic Pehuajense, Fernando Bellastigwen.
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