Miguel Yanguas won the Valencia Open's first round, which was a World Padel Tour circuit event. He won 7-5 against his teammate Coki Nieto and 6-2 against Gonzalo Rubio and Miguel Benitez in an hour-and-a-half match. He was unable to feel good for Motril's player. At the beginning, it was close. Both couples held on to him and refused to give up. In the fifth game, the balance was broken when their rivals broke. The score reached a shocking 2-4. Yanguas, Nieto and the rest of the team remained cool and reacted in time. They then gave the break to each other and made another break in game eleven to win the first set.
The second moto was a better match. There was still equality in the first game, but they won the fifth game to break their rivals' hold and take the advantage. They were more aggressive on the net and won four consecutive games to claim the final victory.
Lucia Martinez and Esther Carnicero, both from Valladolid, managed to pass the first round of the women's draw. They defeated Martinez and Soriano 6-3 and 2:2, which allowed them to advance to round 16, where Marta Ortega will be playing and Bea Gonzalez will be their rivals.
The match was clearly won by the Granada player and her partner. They played well together on the court, and they took the initiative from the net. They were confident in their serve and had enough patience for the points. They were able to break in the first set, which gave them the advantage to win. They also sent the second set. They won near the net with a solid serve. They also got a break, which they used to their advantage and helped them reach their goal.
Teresa Navarro was paired with Lea Godallier for her part. Due to an injury to the player from Granada, they couldn't complete the match. They lost the first set against Piltcher and Pujals 6-1. Piltcher was injured in the second, and she had to withdraw. These physical issues caused her to play at a lower level.