World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019 – Highlights from the Competition

Welcome to MitGlobal Dubai Sports Blog! We are excited to tell you all about the World Padel Tour event in Barcelona this June 2019. This article will cover all the highlights from the competition and provide you with the information you need to know.

The World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019 is the biggest padel competition in Europe. The competition was held in the Tennis Club Barcelona and featured some of the top players in the world. With the fans cheering and the excitement of the Finals, the event was one to remember.

We will be covering the highlights from the event, from the players to the spectators. We will take you through the best moments from the tournament, from the Semis to the Final, and tell you all about the winners. So make sure to keep reading to find out who emerged victorious in the World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019!


The World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019 welcomed 256 participants from 28 countries from around the world to compete in this exciting event. Among these participants were some of the world’s best players, as well as a mix of professional padel players and amateurs from across the globe.

The tournament showcased many of the world’s top players, including Rafael Nadal, Javier Ruiz, Carlos Pinda and Marcel Granollers. In addition to the professional athletes, the event also featured several national teams and a variety of amateurs.

The gender breakdown of participants was roughly equal, with 128 men and 128 women taking part in the tournament. Men and women both played in various singles, doubles, and team categories in order to compete for the title of International Padel Champion.

The tournament also helped highlight the role of padel in Spain and Latin America, as many of the international players and teams hailed from countries such as Spain, Argentina, and Colombia. Overall, the international turnout was an exciting way to showcase the diverse cultures and countries involved in the sport of padel.

Competition Format

Organized by the World Padel Tour, the Barcelona 2019 event was held from June 30th to July 7th. The men’s and women’s events were joined together in a single competition. The event had a total of eight courts available, spread throughout the city.

The rules for the Barcelona event were based on the international Padel standards; adhered to the best of three formats, with each game consisting of 6-point tie-breakers, 21-point sets and 11-point advantages. All singles matches were played in best of three sets while all doubles matches were 5-set matches.

Groups and Knockoff System: For the Tournament, 48 athletes, divided into 24 pairs participated in the competition. This included 12 men’s and 12 women’s doubles pairs, 16 male and 16 female singles players. The tournament was divided into four groups of 12 singles players and three, four-team knockout stages.

Ranking Points: The Professional Competition Committee awarded 200 World Padel Tour ranking points for positions 1 and 2 in each of the tournaments. The points also reflects the events importance, with positions up to 8th being allocated points on a sliding scale.

Tournament Highlights

The 2019 World Padel Tour Barcelona tournament was one of the most exciting and memorable competitions of the year. Fans from all over the world came together to watch the action, and to witness some of the best padel matches the sport has ever seen.

The best match of the tournament undoubtedly goes to the Women’s Final, where Marta Marrero and Alejandra Salazar put on an incredible display of skill and technique on their way to the trophy. Another intense match was the Men’s Semifinals, where Fernando Belasteguin and Juan Lebron squared off in an intense rally that seemed to go on forever.

Upsets were also a big part of the tournament, as players like Adrian Sanchez and Agustin Tapia-Pozosgarrido were able to overcome the odds and beat much higher ranked players. This kind of win is always thrilling to watch, and is sure to be remembered by those in attendance.

The tournament came to an incredible close, as the crowd was ecstatic for the champions, who played each and every match to the absolute best of their abilities. The closing ceremony was also attended by some of the world’s top padel players, who congratulated both the men’s and women’s winners on their incredible achievement.

The World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019 was an incredible event full of excitement, emotion, and amazing talent. From the nail-bitingly close matches to the unbelievable rallies, it was a tournament for the ages. But what truly made the experience memorable was the atmosphere of camaraderie and friendship that was cultivated by the players, organizers, and fans. Whether you were in the stands or watching from home, the World Padel Tour Barcelona 2019 was an event that will never be forgotten. Learn more about the event here.

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