Why Chingotto is also happy not to play the golden point

The golden point in professional padel is a thrilling moment of intense competition, but it also symbolizes uncertainty and the razor-thin margins of professional sports.


In the world of professional padel, the golden point can often be the pinnacle of tension and excitement. It’s a moment where the outcome of hours of intense competition is decided in a single point.

The golden point, while thrilling, is also a reminder of the uncertainty and the razor-thin margins that define professional sports.

Chingotto didn;t dislike much the golden point, but he is also happy to play with the current (“normal”) system “I think it was quite enjoyable. He gave a touch of nervousness and tension to the game, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be implemented again at some point. I feel good with the current system and it is the same to me”