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Reserve Cup: Fusion of Spectacle and Competition in Miami

Miami will become the epicenter of the global padel scene from February 8 to 10 with the Reserve Cup, a new professional competition set to dazzle enthusiasts of this thrilling sport. Presented by the luxury watch brand Richard Mille, the competition will offer a unique blend of spectacle and sport, featuring the participation of top players from the circuit, along with

The Reserve Cup, backed by the exclusive premium club Reserve created by Wayne Boich, guarantees an exceptional combination of entertainment and athleticism. Over three days, fans will witness exciting matches featuring standout players such as Juan Lebrón, Alejandro Galán, Franco Stupaczuk, and Martín Di Nenno, competing at the luxurious Reserve Padel Miami Seaplane club for a prize of half a million dollars.

With two teams, Team Reserve and Team Miami, each comprised of 7 players selected in an innovative draft, led by captains Jimmy Butler of the Miami Heat and Derek Jeter of the New York Yankees, the tournament introduces a revolutionary format. Teams will compete over three days in three-set matches, with the possibility of substitutions mid-game—a groundbreaking innovation in padel. Points awarded to the teams will progressively increase: one on the first day, two on the second, and three on the third. The team with the most points at the end will be crowned the Reserve Cup champion.

In addition to thrilling padel matches, the Reserve Cup will offer an unforgettable spectacle with surprise activations, including an exclusive Pro-AM tournament and a charity match featuring prominent personalities such as Venus Williams and Claire Holt. Tickets, ranging from $20 to $750, ensure a unique experience for attendees.

For those unable to attend in person, the organization has announced the live streaming of the tournament on their YouTube channel starting on Thursday, February 8, at 23:00 Spanish time (17:00 in Miami and 19:00 in Argentina).

With the Reserve Cup, padel solidifies its position as one of the fastest-growing sports globally, and Miami emerges as one of the world capitals of this exciting sport.

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