Lebron and Navarro already practice in Sevilla for the P2 Tournament

The Sevilla Premier Padel P2 is set to be a thrilling match at the iconic Estadio de La Cartuja in Sevilla, known as the "temple of the racket." Top players like Juan Lebron and Paquito Navarro will compete against Javi Rico and Juanlu Esbri.

lebron and navarro training in sevilla

The iconic Estadio de La Cartuja in Sevilla, affectionately known as the “temple of the racket,” is once again buzzing with excitement. As the sixth stage of the Premier Padel 2024 circuit, the Sevilla Premier Padel P2 promises thrilling matches and intense competition. Let’s dive into the details!

The Venue

Estadio de La Cartuja has a storied history, having hosted Davis Cup matches, the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, and even Athletic Bilbao’s Copa del Rey victory in football. Now, it’s set to welcome the stars of world padel.

The Players

Among the top players gracing the courts are Juan Lebron and Paquito Navarro. As the number 2 seed in the 32-pair men’s draw, they’re ready to make their mark. Their opening match will be against Javi Rico and Juanlu Esbri, two players who previously eliminated Paquito (then paired with Sanyo Gutierrez) in Riyadh during the first Premier Padel of the season. At the top of the draw, Arturo Coello and Agustin Tapia, finalists in Brussels, will face off against José Antonio Diestro and Pablo Lijo. Meanwhile, the dynamic pair of Federico Chingotto and Ale Galan, also finalists in Brussels, will debut against Javi Ruiz and Pablo Cardona. Keep an eye out for the return of legend Fernando Belasteguin, who will team up with Juan Tello as the number five seeded pair.

These are the pictures and the video posted by Lebron about their training.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Juan Lebrón Chincoa (@juanlebronc)

Women’s Draw

The women’s draw features 28 pairs, with the top four seeds (Josemaria/Sanchez, Brea/Gonzalez, Triay/Fernandez, and Salazar/Icardo) receiving byes in the first round. World number 1 pair Josemaria/Sanchez will face either Canovas/Velasco or Barrera/Caparros in their debut match. Brea/Gonzalez, finalists in Brussels, could meet the young Alonso/Ustero, who will play against Iglesias Segador/Las Heras in the first round.

The Show Begins

After the qualifying rounds, the main draw matches kick off on Tuesday. Get ready for a padel spectacle at La Cartuja!