Padel World Press - There is no doubt that the couple formed by Ale Galán and Fede Chingotto, despite having only three tournaments together, is capable of fighting for the coveted title of No. 1. It's too early to tell, but they have the weapons!

The chemistry between Galan and Chingotto It's amazing, considering they've only had three tournaments as a couple. His dominance on the court is undeniable. They demonstrated it in Puerto Cabello reaching the final, in Brussels lifting their first title as a couple and yesterday sending the best couple in the world to the canvas again. A couple that, on many occasions, is practically invincible.

The game began in La Cartuja. Galán and Chingotto made it clear who dominated from the beginning consolidating a break in the first moments of the game. Doubts began to arise in the rivals who, despite fighting for each ball as if it were the last, could not face the padel machine built by ChinGalán. 6-3 in the first set and the No. 3 won the first set of the match.

The second set began. Ale Galán and Fede Chingotto remained focused at the same time that Tapia and Coello put in another gear, necessary on the other hand if they wanted to keep up with Fede and Ale. The breaks They followed each other until 5-5, but it was here where the No. 3 scored the final blow to earn their place in the next round.

The energy and physical form of Galán and Chingotto contrasted with the small decline that Tapia and Coello seem to experience in recent games. However, the number ones have the opportunity to recover during a week of rest before starting their tour of South America.

Meanwhile, Galán and Chingotto prepare to face Franco Stupaczuk and Martin Di Nenno in Sunday's grand final, in search of their second consecutive title. The excitement is at an all-time high!

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