For yet another year, Monte Carlo International Sports fulfilled the South American players’ dream of being able to play a top-tier tournament in Europe. The winners of the Fabrice Pastor Cup in Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay enjoyed a week in Andalusian lands, where they played one of the most prestigious tournaments in Spain, the 20th Andalusian Internationals.

The paramount Andalusian tournament was chosen for the participation of the Fabrice Pastor Cup winners: Martín Andornino and Ramiro Pereyra (Argentina), Stefano Flores and Matheus Simonato (Brazil), Samuel Miltos and Guillermo Guerreño (Paraguay).

The six players disputed this trial, which took place on the slopes of the Fuengirola Pádel club, in the tourist city of Malaga, and was attended by great professionals in the sport, such as Federico Chingotto, Juan Tello, Alvaro Cepero, Javier Garrido, Javier Limones, and Peli Espejo, among others.

The Brazilians, Flores and Simonato, had an outstanding performance and they were about to surprise us in the round of sixteen, falling to the number 1 team of the tournament, Javier Limones and Javier Pérez Morillas.

 

In this way, for one more year, Monte Carlo International Sports fulfills its objective of giving opportunities to South American players, as has already happened in previous editions with the Argentinians, Di Nenno, Stupaczuk, Tello, Chingotto, and Tapia, the Brazilians, Bergamini and Campagnolo, the Chilean, Javier Valdés, and all players who now participate in the professional circuit.

We are already working on the 2019 edition of the Fabrice Pastor Cup, which will bring many surprises, with a bigger tournament and a new competition format, which we will announce shortly.

Thank you to the six players who participated in this experience, for their human warmth and professionalism.