Argentine pair Martin Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk lifted the Ooredoo Qatar Major title on Sunday evening with an emphatic 6-2, 7-6 win over fourth seeds Daniel Gutierrez and Fernando Belasteguin.
Di Nenno, who won last year’s Ooredoo Qatar Major crown with his then partner Paquito Navarro of Spain, was happy to lift the title once again.
“I feel so happy because this is my second title win in Doha. I feel the conditions in Doha suits me well,” the jubilant 25-year-old Di Nenno said.
Winning the first trophy of their new tour, the Argentinan champions will receive a total of €525,000 and the notion of having their performance embraced by padel fans.
The season will now move to Europe for the Italy Premier Padel™ Major; taking place at the Foro Italico from 10-16 July.
From Rome, the tour will head to Spain for the first P1 event of the season. The Madrid Premier Padel P1 will take place from 17-23 July.
The tour then moves to Argentina for the Mendoza Premier Padel™ P1 from 31 July – 6 August, before returning to Europe for the third Major of the season.
The Greenweez Paris Premier Padel™ Major which takes place at the world-famous Stade Roland-Garros from 4-10 September.
Between the Majors will be a trip to the pyramids, the NEWGIZA Premier Padel™ P1 takes place between 30 October – 5 November. The final Major of the year takes Premier Padel back to the ‘birth place’ of padel, Mexico. The GNP Mexico Major Premier Padel takes places from 27 November – 3 December.
The finale of the 2023 Premier Padel™ season will be in Italy with the Milano Premier Padel P1, at the Allianz Cloud from 4-10 December.