Toppers kwalificeren zich op vrijdag de 13e voor halve finale- World Padel Tour Amsterdam

Friday the 13th at the WPT Decathlon Amsterdam Open was by no means an unlucky day for the entire top three seedings in the women's tournament. The duos Josemaria/Sanchez, Triay/Ortega and Gonzalez/Brea easily made it to the semi-finals, where they will be joined by Osoro/Castello, number 6 on the ranking list. On the men's side, rankings 2 to 5 won their quarter-finals.

The world's best padel players of the moment, Josemaria and Sanchez, kicked off against the highly experienced, 47-year-old former world number 1 Navarro and her partner Guinart on the centre court at AFAS Live in the morning. The first set went evenly and ended in 7-5, but the second was a resounding 6-0. AFAS Live was packed with padel fans before this first quarterfinal and they came to draw until late in the afternoon. In the last match of the afternoon, the number 5 on the men's ranking list -Tello and Ruiz- defeated 6-3, 6-4 the duo Arroyo/Rubio, who had surprisingly eliminated the global number 1 Coello and Tapia in the first round.

Tello and Ruiz will take on Chingotto and 'Paquito' Navarro in the semi-finals on Saturday. They quickly dealt with Chilean world number 67 Valdez and Spanish global number 75 Sanchez in their quarterfinal on Friday evening; winning twice 6-2. The third duo to reach the semi-finals were Argentines Stupaczuk and Di Nenno, seeded 2nd at the WPT Decathlon Amsterdam Open. They defeated Belluati -also from Argentina, ranking #35- and Ruiz (Spain, #32) in three sets. In the semi-finals on Saturday, they will meet Galan and Lebron, who had a tough match late on Friday evening against the Argentines Gutierrez/Gutierrez: 3-6, 6-1 and 6-4. So the number 2 to 5 on the men's singles ranking list will be in the semifinals on Saturday.

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