If the female category Only one of the seeds has managed to qualify for the semifinals, in the male the opposite has happened, with all the favorite couples managing to win their matches in the quarterfinals of the Vigo Open.
The first to get their ticket to the semifinals would be the current number 1 in the ranking, Juan Lebrón and Ale Galán, who returned to give a recital of pádel over the 20 × 10 and they prevailed with much superiority by a double 6-2 to Ramiro Moyano and Josete Rico.
His rivals this Saturday will be Paquito Navarro and Martín Di Nenno, who managed to get into their first semifinals of the course at the Vigo Open. For this they had to beat Javi Leal and Miguel Semmer, a duo that has made history by reaching the quarterfinals starting from the pre-qualification. The one from Sevilla and that of Ezeiza also won by a double 6-2.
A match with a flavor of revenge was lived in the second shift of the afternoon in these rooms of the Vigo Open. Agustín Tapia and Pablo Lima they were looking for revenge doors Franco Stupaczuk and Álex Ruiz, which ended up winning as a result of a tremendous reaction that started at the end of the first set. And it is that the Argentine and the Brazilian managed to turn the scoreboard in the first round, taking it thanks to a tie-break. In the second set the story was different and with a Wall huge, they closed their pass to the semifinals with a 6-3.
To close the quarters of the Vigo Open, a duel with an Argentine accent took place between Fernando Belasteguín and Sanyo Gutiérrez doors Maxi Sánchez and Lucho Capra. Precisely the latter would be the ones who began by surprising their rivals after taking the first set 6-3. However, the Madrid Open champions put things in their place and came back from the match, first with a 6-3 in the second set, and later with a 6-2 in the last episode of the match.
Times of the semifinals for men
|Ale Galán / Juan Lebrón VS Paquito Navarro / Martín Di Nenno||Saturday OJ2º MORNING|
|Fernando Belasteguín / Sanyo Gutiérrez VS Agustín Tapia / Pablo Lima||Saturday OJ2º AFTERNOON|