Coello Tapia Titulo Granada Open

Arturo Coello and Agustín Tapia get the title in Granada

Arturo Coello and Agustín Tapia are the World Padel Tour Granada Open champions. They won their fifth World Padel Tour title after defeating Martín Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk 6-4, 7-5.

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End Granada Open 1000. The first tournament where so many points are awarded in Spain. The title would be controversial at times Arturo Coello and Agustin Tapiacompared to Franco Stupaczuk and Martin Di Nenno. Tapia-Coello did not know defeat on the circuit of the World Padel Tour and added 4 titles (Abu Dhabi, La Rioja, Chile and Paraguay). In the semifinals, they destroyed Tello-Ruíz, whom they fell 6-2, 6-3. Di Nenno-Stupa had just eliminated Javi Garrido and Jon Sanz 6-4, 6-2. The «Superkids» would try to win the title against Coello-Tapia, who they beat at the Premier Padel in Doha.

Fifth title for Coello and Tapia

The start of the match was marked by cleaning by both pairs. They only gave up one point to the others in the first four service rounds. Guided by Di Nenno, the Argentinian pair managed to stay alive in the match. Meanwhile, Arturo Coello and Agustín Tapia tried to use the Spanish shot to find a way to exploit their rivals. The tie remained until the end of the set, when Arturo Coello and Agustín Tapia gave the impression that they had something saved throughout the set. They succeeded in the break and ended the first set with a score of 6-4.

At the beginning of the second period, everything seemed to be the same. The two pairs were very solid on serve and didn’t give their rivals a chance to break. Neither duo seemed to find a way to capitalize on the scoreboard. When everything seemed to indicate that the set would be decided in a tiebreak, Coello and Tapia went one step further and managed to break their rivals’ serve. That’s how they ended the set 7-5.

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