In Brussels, Chingotto and Galán defeat Coello and Tapia to win their first championship.

After squandering five match points in a match, the Spanish-Argentine team won their maiden Premier Padel title. Bea and Delfi successfully claim their second championship.

Alejandro Galán and Federico Chingotto were victorious in the Lotto Brussels P2 of Premier Padel, the inaugural test of the European season, after defeating the top-seeded players, Agustín Tapia and Arturo Coello, in an incredible two and a half-hour match.

The top ranked players carried it there, but in Brussels, Galán and Chingotto demonstrated the project’s multipurpose nature. Many wonderful things. Although it may seem like a dream come true to take the top spot from Tapia and Coello, the truth is that this project could not have begun any better with two finals and a title. This accomplishment validates Fede Chingotto’s current form. He is a player who has won his second professional title and has shown himself to be the perfect foil for Alejandro Galán thus far.

The first test in Spain will take place at the La Cartuja Stadium in Seville the following week. Naturally, the Lebron-Paquito team will receive a lot of attention, but Delfi and Bea also have big dreams for everything.

In the grand final, Delfi Brea and Bea González—both taught by Jorge Martínez—beat Gemma Triay and Claudia Fernández by a double 6-4 score to win their second title of the season.

The ‘Superpibas’ have accelerated and demonstrated their willingness to contend for the top spot against Ari Sánchez and Paula Josemaría, who have lost their last three events in Doha. In their second 2024 final, Triay and Fernández, for their part, have continued to make a lasting impression.