If there is a name in the world of paddle that will always be remembered by all lovers of this modality and of sport in general, it will undoubtedly be Fernando Belasteguín. His legacy will be eternal and at 41 years old his record continues to grow and ensures that he still has much to show.
The legend of Pehuajó has reigned in the Masters, the last and most important tournament of the season, adding the eighth crown of his career at this event. A victory that has got with Agustín Tapia, after beating the number 1 couple in the world today, Juan Lebrón and Ale Galán, 6-4 and 7-6 in the final. With this win, Belasteguín has become the oldest champion of the Masters' tournament.
A new milestone for the Argentine athlete who has reached 11 finals in this championship and has won eight, a record that sounds unattainable. To achieve this, he has completed an immaculate final, imposing his play, demonstrating the magnitude of his figure and the reason why for 16 years he has been at the top of the world padel. The future is unpredictable, the past is inconsequential, but in the present, there is no doubt that the king continues to be 'Bela'.