Tapia and Coello win in Granada and make their mark in history
Tapia and Coello continue to smash their own ceiling week after week. Not only satisfied with that, they have also smashed an all-time record. After their victory at the Granada Open 1000, which meant their fifth title out of five in the current World Padel Tour season, they have surpassed the record set by Belasteguín and Juan Martín Díaz in 2013 for the best start to a season.
The current state of play is focused on the moment that the pairing formed by the pairing from Catamarca and the player from Valladolid are going through. It is completely unknown which two are capable of stopping them. If it is not physically possible, the aura of unbeatability that surrounds the number ones this season makes it improbable to think of their defeat. This time, they were once again the executioners of the 'Superpibes'. Di Nenno and Stupaczuk's nightmares are starring Coello and Tapia. Of the five matches that have taken place on court in 2023, all four on the World Padel Tour have gone in favour of the now regular champions.
On this occasion, the final was a battle of cannon shots. The balls flew over the heights of the Palacio de los Deportes de Granada. With unstoppable shots, the usual performance of Coello and Tapia, were putting ground in the middle. That differential factor is what is setting the game and the rhythm of all their matches. Taking the balls as sets to their scoreboard, they closed the first set with a break that was long overdue.
The second set followed the same script. On this occasion, the break for the future champions was a little longer in coming. Without losing control of the match, keeping their sanity and concentration at all times, they knew when to deliver the final blow to their opponents. Once they hit the target, they went on a new binge.
The NOX AT10 Genius and the Head Delta Pro have been in all the photos and videos of the highlights of each tournament. And that makes 5 consecutive times that they have posed from the top of the podium of the World Padel Tour. Granada already holds Coello and Tapia's new treasure, a record that is unlikely to be repeated in the next few years.