The former No. 1 picked up her first title of the season after defeating Martita Ortega and Bea González 6-7 6-4 6-1 in a great four-player match.
It was the first time in history that the women’s circuit of the World Padel Tour visited Argentina and the final left us with a duel between four Spaniards. Martita Ortega and Bea González they would try to defeat the second seed, Alejandra Salazar and Gemma Triay. The third pair reached this final after a flawless tournament for their part, without losing a single set and defeating Paula Josemaria and Ari Sánchez 6-4, 7-5. Triay-Salazar, on the other hand, reached the finals after defeating fourth-seeded Victoria Iglesias and Patty Llaguno 6-3, 7-5.
A series defined by details
A very even start, at a great level from both couples who never gave their rivals an advantage at any point. In the seventh game, the number two even had three chances to break the serve of Martita and Bea, but they held their serve very well and managed to hold it. In Ortega-González’s next service shift, Salazar and Triay reached for the golden point but failed to make it, so the tie continued on the scoreboard. They reached the semi-finals, where the pair of Salazar and Triay again enjoyed a set ball, but they could not define it. Vice versa Martita and Bea managed to win the first set 7-6 with their first set ball and after the correct decision of the video review.
The second set started with a Salazar-Triay break and the subsequent González-Ortega counterbreak. In the tenth game, 5-4, and Martita Ortega eliminated in the match to stay alive, Gemma Triay came through brilliantly. the golden ball wins the second set 6-4.
The former number one forces his rhythm
The final set would start very evenly, but in the fourth game, the break came from Salazar-Triay, who played at a high level. 4-1 in their favor, they did not lower the intensity but managed to cut off their rivals’ serve again. ended the set with his serve 6-1.