The Pro Padel League (PPL), North America's most recently-launched professional padel league, found its inaugural champions this Sunday.
Following a month filled with exciting padel activity, the debut round of the PPL finished up this weekend. On Sunday, the two top teams of the time went head to head, aiming to become the primary champions of North American padel.
The Cancun Waves and the Las Vegas Smash competed in the championship match after overcoming their Saturday rivals in an intense semifinals round.
Cancun Waves arrived at the terrific last after in the wake of pulling off the upset of the time in the semifinals, eliminating the unmistakably number one ranked, Miami Padel Club, in a tense standoff. The Las Vegas Smash made it to the conclusive match by triumphing over Arkansas Matrix with a 2-0 scoreline.
First champions of the league
In the championship match on Sunday at the SVB Tennis and Wellness Center, the Nevada establishment displayed its certifications. Las Vegas Smash dominated their opponents in both the men's and women's matches, ultimately claiming the title.
With this win, the Las Vegas team becomes the first champions of the PPL. The League, in its debut season, has demonstrated that it can effectively spread padel across the continent.
Daddy Yankee attended the occasion
The music superstar, Daddy Yankee, additionally made his presence felt in the PPL championship match, adding significantly more glamor to the last. The Puerto Rican musician, who as of late became an owner of the Orlando franchise, showed his support for the circuit by joining the occasion.
Daddy Yankee, who lastingly affects the music business, is presently trying to expand his impact to support the sport as well. His participation in the PPL will improve the brand's appeal, attracting both padel lovers and aficionados of the craftsman.
The championship match will be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network on June 22nd at 7 p.m. ET.
The Las Vegas Smash beat the Cancun Waves in the inaugural finals of the Pro Padel League in Orlando, Florida.
The next season of the Pro Padel League is scheduled for the spring / summer of 2024.