A look back at the second season of Premier Padel

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This second season was marked by the domination of the Tapia and Arturo Coello duo. With 4 victories in the first 5 major tournaments, the Spaniard and the Argentine crushed the competition.


After a hard-fought second set, Martin Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk won the Premier Padel Qatar Major against Bela and Sanyo. Despite their determination, the veterans fought a fierce battle to the end!

Indeed, although the first set was clearly in favor of the “Superpibes“, their more experienced opponents clearly fought back in the second set, each time managing to get back on track despite difficult situations.


After a hard-fought first set in this final, the spectators were hoping for a third set, but Tapia was not of this opinion. He wins his first Premier Padel title with a 7-2 tie-break score.

Tapia and Coello win their first tandem title on the Premier Padel circuit. For Coello, this is his second title, the first having been won in Mexico alongside Fernando Belasteguin.

In the women’s category, one final followed another with different results! Ari Sanchez and Paula Josemaria, who had dominated Marta Ortega and Gemma Triay in Valencia, lost out to stronger opposition in the Rome final.


The Madrid P1 men’s final pitted Paquito Navarro / Federico Chingotto against Arturo Coello / Agustin Tapia. Freshly crowned in Rome a few days earlier, they were eager to repeat their feat.

However, they were up against a formidable team. Since their association, the Andalusian and his Argentinian partner have been racking up success after success, attracting attention in the process. The impressive duo once again confirmed their status as leaders, winning a second consecutive title in just a few days.

In the ladies’ category, Paula Josemaria and Ari Sanchez suffered an unexpected defeat. Leading by 6 points to 2 in the tie-break of the third set, the number 1 players lost to Brea Senesi and Gonzalez Fernandez.


After a tight first set between the 2 duos, the Coello / Tapia pair again showed their potential in this new final.

Although it was close to a third set that could have totally changed the match, the Spanish-Argentine pair dominated throughout.

The statistics were also in Coello / Tapia’s favor: before the final, both players had an impressive record of 8 wins out of 10 against Stupa / Di Nenno. 3rd win of the year for the top two in the world rankings, and they’re not stopping there.


The week in Paris was marked by spectators flocking to support their favorite players. With 37,000 spectators, the Greenweez Paris Major ranks second among Premier Padel stages since the start of the season.

On the sporting front, Cela / Tapia claim their 4th victory in a row at Roland Garros.

Ari Sanchez and Paula Josemaria dominated the Greenweez Paris Major with an outstanding performance, winning the final 6/2 6/4 against Gemma Triay and Marta Ortega. Despite saving 4 match points, their opponents could do nothing to prevent the world’s current No.1 players from claiming the Parisian throne.


The 2nd edition of the tournament, taking place in Egypt, did not take place this year due to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and geopolitical instability in the region.

The Mexico Major, originally scheduled from November 27 to December 3 in Acapulco, has unfortunately been cancelled due to the devastating consequences of storm Otis. The significant human and material damage caused by this storm led to this regrettable decision.


This year we’ve witnessed exceptional performances, thrilling turnarounds and the emergence of a new generation throughout the season. Padel continues to captivate enthusiasts the world over, and we can’t wait to see which team makes its mark at the upcoming events.

We look forward to seeing you in 2024 for another exciting year of Padel!