Franco Stupaczuk and Martin Di Nenno are on a roll. The Superpibes win the Valencia Open after beating Ale Galan and Jon Sanz 6-3, 6-3 in the final.
If the women’s final was unprecedented, so was the men’s final that followed. Superpibes faced Ale Galan and Jon Sanz in the final, a head to head between the only two couples that have managed to beat Tapia and Coello in 2023.
Galan and Sanz were playing their last tournament as a couple, as Juan Lebron has recovered from his injuries and will make his comeback at the Italy Major at Premier Padel next week. Ale and Jon, who had just beaten the number ones in the semifinals, wanted to say goodbye in style.
Franco Stupaczuk y Martin Di Nenno showed their superiority
However, losing wasn’t in the plans of the Superpibes, who started the match very aggressively, especially in the return, generating many options to break their opponents’ serve. It didn’t take long for the break to come, and it finally did so in the eighth game, an advantage that would be more than enough for them to close out the first set 6-3.
In the second set, the Argentinians continued to do damage from the return, and they were able to get a break right from the start. Carlos Pozzoni’s players were on their way, and even more so when they extended the gap with another break to close the match with another 6-3. Franco Stupaczuk and Martin Di Nenno were proclaimed champions of the Valencia Open 2023.
Franco Stupaczuk and Martin Di Nenno are in great form at the moment. The Argentine duo have won the last three World Padel Tour tournaments, which brings them closer to the fight for the number one spot.
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