Tapia-Coello against Di Nenno-Stupaczuk, they never tire of playing

In Vienna this Sunday (11:00) the ninth finals of the season (500 on the sidelines) will be played: in women, Ari Sánchez and Paula Josemaría against Bea González and Delfi Brea; In men, Tapia and Coello, who have 36 victories in the WPT campaign, undefeated for now, against Stupaczuk and Di Nenno, who won a week ago in absentia due to injury to the Spanish-Argentine couple.

Tapia and Coello have won the seven tournaments they have played, which is a spectacular streak; Stupa and Di Nenno have never come down from the semifinals, they won the tournament of the previous week (the only one), and they have also played 36 games in the competition, although with a worse balance, of seven defeats, therefore they are the couples that have been in the competition for the most days of all the professionals. In the semifinals they practically had a similar behavior this Saturday because they won 2-1, reacting after losing the first set to win with unusual solvency.

Nieto and Sanz gave Tapia and Coello problems because they played with a lot of speed, so much that they were confused: 4-6. Then, reaction and Coello hitting from all positions to sign a 6-0 and 6-2 against the surprise and fleeting couple of the tournament: semifinalist and goodbye. Paquito Navarro and Chingotto also won 4-6, but then conceded 6-0 and 6-1 from an unleashed Stupa and a consistent Di Nenno.

In the women’s semifinals, Ari and Paula won 6-3 the first set, and then Martita Ortega withdrew due to injury, who always played very uncomfortable, who could not finish the match with Sofi Araujo, In the other semifinal, Bea and Delfi beat Alejandra Salazar and Gemma Triay again, the only female couple that had been in all the finals, and that adds six tournaments without winning, a surprising streak of the best female couple of the last two years: 7-6 and 6-2. The The final will be a revenge, because a week ago in the semifinal in Denmark, Bea and Delfi came back from 1-5 and three set balls to win the set and the match, which the current number ones have recorded.

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