After a grueling battle, Lebron and Paquito triumph in the Brussels Premier Padel P2.

Many of the new couples made their debuts on Wednesday. Lebron-Paquito's debut performance was the most noteworthy; they nwon 3-6, 7-5, and 6-1).

Now was the moment to see some of the most prominent new couples in the Lotto Brussels Premier Padel P2 make their debut. The final matches leading up to the tournament’s round of 32 were played on an exciting day when the players stepped to the court at the magnificent Tour and Taxis site.

The most eagerly awaited couple was Juan Lebron and Paquito Navarro, who made their courtroom comeback five years after becoming the first Spanish couple to hold the top spot globally. But the Andalusians had a rough beginning.

Lebron-Paquito made his long-awaited debut in the Brussels P2

Lebron and Paquito Navarro, who made a somewhat dramatic debut in the Brussels Premier Padel P2 round of 32, were highly anticipated to return. The number two couple ultimately pulled off an incredible comeback, but not before enduring much suffering to win their maiden stage victory.

Jaime “Chipi” Muñoz and Javi García were the ones who put the Andalusians under complete control. The men from Madrid and Murcia won 3-6 in the opening set with a very risky plan and because of their success.

Lebron-Paquito was dealt a blow that left them in a precarious situation, but they responded with great spirit. By holding fast to their options, the Sevillian and the Portuense managed to achieve the equalizer in extreme circumstances. Given that “Chipi” and Javi ran out of gas in the final round (6-3, 5-7, and 1-6), the plot twist was already final.

Galán and Chingotto are becoming more self-assured.

In Puerto Cabello, Ale Galán and Fede Chingotto created quite a stir during their inaugural competition. After making it to the final and defeating a stellar pair like the Superpibes, the Argentine-Spanish team was hungry for one more. And Brussels served as an example of this, where everything began with a rocket.

The third-ranked pair dominated the match against Edu Alonso and Álex Arroyo from beginning to end, providing a fresh lesson in padel. Galán and Chingotto sealed the game 6-3 and 6-4 by being extremely consistent and aggressive when going up to the net, leaving their opponents with little options.

The delightful reunion of Momo González and Álex Ruiz

While Lebron-Paquito’s triumph was the talk of the town on Wednesday, they weren’t the only ones who got their new endeavor off to a great start. Álex Ruiz and Momo González, who earned their passage to the round of 16 with a valiant win, were among others who also had a good return.

Malaga’s population swiftly defeated Juan Tello-Miguel Semmler, who was participating in the competition on a transitory basis. In the opening set, the Argentinian and the Madrid native nearly shocked the Andalusians with their excellent performance. Nevertheless, Momo and Álex prevailed 7-6 and 6-3 thanks to a great deal of effort and perseverance.

Unfortunately, Pablo Lijó and García Diestro did not have the same luck as they lost 4-6 and 2-6 against youthful Pablo García and Emilio Sánchez in their opening match.

Brussels grinned at the new female companions as well.

It was a good day for the rookies in the women’s team just as it was for those in the men’s division. Nuria and Laia Rodríguez defeated Bellver-Borrero 6-3 and 7-5, while Ana Catarina Nogueira and Marta Talaván made a stunning comeback against Las Heras-Iglesias (7-5, 2-6 and 6-7) to start their campaign.

Barrera-Caparrós was easily defeated by the seasoned pair Lucía Sainz-Patty Llaguno, who also advanced to the following round during the morning shift (6-4 and 6-1).

This was Agustín Tapia’s final genius in the Brussels Premier Padel P2.

A perfect day for Tapia-Coello and the Superpibes in the Brussels Premier Padel P2 round of 32