The Banco de Chile Santiago Premier Padel P1 Draw: Coello and Tapia, Chingotto and Galan the favorites

The Banco de Chile Santiago Premier Padel P1 tournament features 48 pairs in the men's draw and 32 pairs in the women's draw. The top 16 seeds will face off in the second round, while the top seeds will face off against qualifiers. The event, scheduled for May 27 to June 2, 2024, is one of the most lucrative padel tournaments globally.

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The Banco de Chile Santiago Premier Padel P1 tournament is set to captivate fans as the world’s top padel players converge in Santiago. With 1,000 points up for grabs for the winning pairs, this event promises thrilling matches and intense competition. Let’s dive into the draws and see what awaits us!

Men’s Draw

The men’s draw features 48 pairs, with the top 16 seeds receiving direct entry into the second round. Here are some key matchups:

Arturo Coello and Agustin Tapia (the number 1 pair) will face either Nachi Sager and Salva Oria or Chilean wild cards Ignacio Andres Lehyt and Sebastian Munoz Campos in the second round.

Paquito Navarro and Juan Lebron, another formidable duo, will likely debut against a pair from the qualifiers.

Fede Chingotto and Ale Galan, the number 2 seed, will await their first opponents, who will emerge from the challenge between Italian Denis Perino and Pablo Garcia Rodrigo and two other Italians, Aris Patiniotis and Facundo Dominguez.

Other exciting potential quarter-finals include matchups like Coello/Tapia vs. Tello/Belasteguin, Sanchez/Gutierrez vs. Navarro/Lebron, and Stupaczuk/Di Nenno vs. Yanguas/Garrido.

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Women’s Draw

The women’s draw comprises 32 pairs, with some star-studded matchups:

Paula Josemaria and Ari Sanchez, the top seeds, will kick off their campaign against Araceli Martinez and Marina Guinart.

Delfi Brea and Bea Gonzalez, the number 2 seed, will face Nuria Rodriguez and Maria Eulalia Rodriguez Abajo.

Gemma Triay and Claudia Fernandez, seeded third, will take on Italy’s Carlotta Casali and Spain’s Arantxa Soriano.

Exciting potential quarter-finals include clashes like Josemaria/Sanchez vs. Ortega/Virseda, Castelló-Jensen vs. Triay/Fernandez, and Salazar/Icardo vs. Riera/Araujo.

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Event Details

Dates: May 27 to June 2, 2024
Venue: Movistar Arena (12,000-seat capacity)
Prize Pool: A whopping 500,000 euros, making it one of the most lucrative padel tournaments globally12.
Ticket Information: Tickets are available for individual days or as weekly passes. Children aged 5 to 14 pay the child rate, and kids under 4 enter free but must sit with an adult3.
Don’t miss out on the Premier Padel action! Grab your tickets and witness the passion of padel at its finest.