The propitious occasion for Stupa and Di Nenno of a title

If the ranking rules, today’s final in Copenhagen is the right occasion for Martín Di Nenno and Stupaczuk to make their debut in the WPT. They have always been in the semifinals, and three times they have lost in the final against the undefeated Tapia and Coello, but now they are not, nor are Galán and Lebrón. That is to say, the couple commands, the three of the general and the two of the year, and that they won with solvency to that of Maxi Sánchez and Campagnolo (couple saying goodbye) by 7-5 and 6-2. “It’s our fourth final of the year, and we’re already a bit desperate to win in the WPT,” said Di Nenno at the end of the semifinal match.

The Superkids they will have as rivals Sanyo Gutiérrez and Momo González, who defeated Yanguas and Belasteguín in three sets (6-4, 4-6 and 6-3) in a long, intense, and spectacular match in which Momo was decisive and Sanyo incisive. It can be seen that this new couple, who were facing their most recent exes (Momo against Yanguas, with whom they won a 500 in Reus), enjoy endless matches (also three sets against Paquito and Chingotto in the quarterfinals), which reaches its first final, and that he has plenty of talent to contradict the ranking.

The women’s final is unprecedented (10:00), there are the regulars, Ale Salazar and Gemma Triay, who always reach the last game, and the debutants, Delfi Brea and Bea González, recently formed couple that gave the bell before one, Ari Sánchez and Paula Josemaría, but not because of the victory itself (7-5 ​​and 7-6), but because of how: in the first set they raised a 1-5 in against, surpassing the three partial balls of their rivals; and in the second they did not break down with a 2-4. Ale and Gemma suffered against Tamara Icardo and Virginia Riera, who had options to win (3-6, 7-6 and 6-2) because in the second set they commanded to tip the balance.

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