The four “little ones” of the week

Alex Massana

04/28/2023 at 10:55 a.m


Paula Josemaria, with supervisor until 2026

The Paula Josemaria from Extremaduracurrent pair from Reusense Ari Sanchezwill wear clothes and will wear Head shovel until 2026. At a minimum. The Austrian brand kicked off the week with a video on social media congratulating one of the world’s best players on a contract extension 3 more years. “Players of the caliber of Paula Josemaria make the Head family unique,” the ad said. Paula Josemaria started sponsorship with Head 5 years ago and since then its development has been meteoric.

Together with Ari Sanchez, who also wears a racket and Head clothing since January 2019, the woman from Extremadura managed to reach the top of the world padel with only 25 years. The victories in Reus and Granada once again turned the very narrow ranking of the World Padel Tour upside down. Paula Josemaria will be able to wear the new contract at the tournament in Brussels.

Guinart and Pujals, the best in Platja d’Aro

Marina Ginart and Sarah Puhals lifted the 2023 Slam III title at Club Tennis d’Aro on Sant Jordi Sunday. In one a hotly contested final against Sandra Belver and Anna Cortiles, the No. 1 seed in the tournament had to go to the third set to prevail (5-7, 7-6 and 6-4). Guinart is making his Slam debut organized by the Catalan Federation, while Pujals won Laietá almost two months ago in partnership with Andrea Ustero. In the men’s tournament, Ferran Bueno and Eduard Altimirez defeated the pair of Sergi Guimet and Gerard Godot in another comeback. Bueno and Altimirez, who started as the No. 1 seeds, won the title after a 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 victory. In the men’s third division, the winners were Adria Girones and Gerard Puig, who beat Edward Garcia and Brian Montero 7-6, 6-3.

The Pro Padel League continues to grow

For several weeks, the Pro Padel League has been announcing its poster for the start of the season, scheduled for May 13. In addition to the names that cherish him at the institutional level, such as tennis legends JMartin del Potro or Tommy Haas, the North American circuit collects very high level shovels. It was a few days ago Anna Cortiles and was later added to the original roast Marta Marrero. In the last few hours, the Pro Padel League also officially announced that Seba Nerone will be part of the Los Angeles Beat. The current World Padel Tour commentator and former world number 1 will return to the courts. So will the historic Argentinian player Cata Tenorio, who will be part of the Arkansas Matrix team. It is the two teams that will face each other on the second day of the Pro Padel League.

CN Sant Cugat and Polo, champions

Mataro indoor crowned this Sunday, April 23, the champions of Catalan trophy for senior veteran teams. Reial Club de Polo de Barcelona lifted the men’s title after defeating Club Tenis Barcino in the final. Polo players led by Lucas Cabot won after winning 3 out of 5 games. Before Polo surpassed CT La Salud, Atlètic Terrassa and Padel Indoor Mataró’s group ‘D’. For its part, Sant Cugat Swimming Club won in the women’s category. The Vallesans beat Barcino in the final by two points to one in a final that pitted the No.4 seeds against a Barcelona side that sold their skin dearly. The Sant Cugat Swimming Club, led by Marta Petrus and Mariola Tasso, defeated Polo in the semi-finals and the Indoor Mataró ‘B’ team in the quarter-finals.

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