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Villa de San Javier Challenger Caliche Trophy already knows the finalist couples (05/10/2018)

The Plaza de España of San Javier witnessed the exciting round of 16 matches of the Challenger event.

The best paddles in the world were cited on the blue of the central court to finish defining the path towards the big finals on Sunday.

The Villa de San Javier Challenger Caliche Trophy is burning stages and is inexorably heading to the grand finale on Sunday.

After the last confrontations of quarters, the path that will end in the final duels of the appointment of Murcia is already defined.

The central track of the Plaza de España was witness to great duels that began with the sunrise and ended well into the night.

The first to win their ticket to the semifinals were Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter, who managed to beat Nuria Rodríguez and Ángela Caro.

The Argentinean couple began the duel well, with few mistakes and taking the first set without losing a single game.

But Caro and Rodriguez were not going to make things easy, after the break they came out with renewed strength and managed to tie the match.

With everything to solve in the third, were Reiter and Navarro who took the reins of the meeting to decant it in their favor (6/0, 4/6, 6/2).

After the first exciting duel, Cata Tenorio and Bea González took to the track to face Carla Mesa and Lucía Martínez.

The connection between the Argentine veteran and the Spanish promise returned to bear fruit knowing how to take the initiative of the meeting at all times.

Only two sets needed to reach the semifinals of the day on Sunday and put at hand the crown of San Javier (6/2, 6/3).

The men's quarterfinals began with an even duel between Rafa Méndez and Diego Ramos with Fede Chingotto and Juan Tello.

The Spanish and Uruguayan managed to get the first set and dominate the game by eating the duel.

The tables changed in the second, with Tello and Chingotto plugged in, making few mistakes and taking advantage of the rival mistakes.

The effort paid off when they managed to tie the game.

With everything to solve in the third, Méndez and Ramos took the initiative again showing the magic of Chuy and the power of the Andalusian to take the match (6/2, 3/6, 6/3).

In the second masculine match of the morning the show was guaranteed.

Rami Moyano and Lucho Capra, tournament leaders, faced the veteran Willy Lahoz and the Carthaginian Víctor Ruiz, who played in front of his audience.

In the first set the Argentines showed why they have the favorites' poster and took advantage of the power of Moyano to win the manga.

But Víctor Ruiz played in front of his team and that gave him extra strength in the second round.

Lahoz and Ruiz overcame the irregularity of the start of the match and the four players gave a play recital that was resolved in the tie break in favor of the Spaniards.

The third set was characterized by the complete control of a devastating Willy Lahoz and Victor Ruiz.

They barely left options to the rivals and managed to win the victory at the home of Víctor Ruiz (2/6, 7/6, 6/2)

Already in the afternoon shift, they jumped to the track of San Javier Teresa Navarro and Victoria Iglesias.

They did it to fight with Marina Pinacho and Marta González for a place in the semifinals on Saturday.

The seeds number four of Murcia did not disappoint and achieved their goal in two sets (6/3, 6/1)

The last match of the girls met Maricarmen Villalba and Delfina Brea and the favorites of the match, Patty Llaguno and Eli Amatriaín.

The Argentinean couple managed to hold the first bets of the duel, but the push of the seeds ended up making them retreat.

Patty won the victory and went to the semifinals in front of her audience (6/4, 6/1)

With the night hovering over the center court, Maxi Grabiel and Pablo Lijó entered with Germán Tamame and Jordi Muñoz.

The pair formed by the Argentine and the Galician controlled the first set imposing its law by means of the force of Lijó and the magic of Grabiel.

In the second race, Tamame and Muñoz came out with renewed spirits to try to turn the match around, but the number two seeds of the tournament continued relentless on the blue of San Javier and managed to get into the semifinals at the end of the second round ( 6/3, 6/4).

Source: Agencias

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