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January 26, 2024

A guide to follow the Hexagon Cup

By the Hexagon Cup team

A guide to follow the Hexagon Cup

Less than a week to go until the Hexagon Cup kicks off. The event with one of the biggest prize money in the history of padel starts next Wednesday the 31st of January in what will be an unprecedented competition worldwide.

A new and groundbreaking format.

  • 6 teams, 3 categories and 36 players fighting for the glory of being the first team champion of the Hexagon Cup. The tournament distributes a massive one million euro prize fund.
  • Each team is made up of three pairs (one male, one female and one of promising young players). Each of the pairs will try to be the champion of their category, adding as many points as possible to the general classification. The team with the most points will be crowned the Hexagon Cup 2024 Champion.
  • Robert Lewandowski, Andy Murray, Eva Longoria and Rafa Nadal's Academy, among others, are the owners of the padel teams.
  • In each category, the six franchises are divided into two groups of three teams each.

Match schedule.

The tournament starts on Wednesday 31 January and the finals will be on Sunday 4 February. The first three days (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) will take place the qualifying round and the two best pairs in each group will qualify for the semi-finals which will be played on Saturday from 11am. The finals of each category will be held on Sunday from 12.30 p.m. and it will be known which team will win the cup.

The qualifications matches kick off at 10:00 am with the Next Gen competition. These games will be played in the Fan Zone of the Madrid Arena. The men's and women's matches start at 15:00 in the Madrid Arena. The matches are played in best of three sets. If there is a third set, a super tiebreak will be played to decide the winner of the match.  

How are the groups organised?

Men's Category

Group A:

- Hexagon Team: Paquito Navarro and Juan Martin Diaz.

- RL9 Team: Agus Tapia and Jon Sanz.

- Team Bella Puerto Rico: Arturo Coello and Coki Nieto.

Group B:

- ElevenEleven Team USA: Fede Chingotto and Lucho Capra.

- AD/vantage Team: Juan Tello and Martin Di Nenno.

- Rafa Nadal Academy powered by Richard Mille: Franco Stupaczuk and Alex Ruiz.

Women's Category

Group A:

- AD/vantage Team: Delfina Brea and Sofia Araujo.

- Rafa Nadal Academy powered by Richard Mille: Martita Ortega and Gemma Triay.

- Hexagon Team: Alejandra Salazar and Tamara Icardo.

Group B:

- ElevenEleven Team USA: Paula Josemaría and Alejandra Alonso.

- RL9 Team: Ariana Sanchez and Claudia Jensen.

- Team Bella Puerto Rico: Bea González and Claudia Fernández.

Next Gen

Group A:

- ElevenEleven Team USA: Alex Chozas and Emilio Sanchez.

- RL9 Team: David Gala and Enzo Jensen.

- Team Bella Puerto Rico: Francisco Guerrero and Rodrigo Coello.

Group B:

- AD/vantage Team: Pablo Garcia and Pol Hernandez.

- Rafa Nadal Academy powered by Richard Mille: Daniel Santigosa and Guillermo Collado.

- Hexagon Team: Pablo Cardona and Alonso Rodríguez.

Where is the Hexagon Cup held? A unique experience

If you want to enjoy the best players in the world, we are waiting for you at the Madrid Arena. You can get your tickets at the following link. At the Madrid Arena you can enjoy the best padel in the world, with a live DJ, a great gastronomic offer and an unbeatable fan zone where you can also play on a padel court and participate in numerous challenges and raffles.

How can I see the tournament in Spain?

If you can't attend the Madrid Arena you can follow the tournament live on DAZN for free!. Existing DAZN subscribers will be able to enjoy the qualifying rounds of the tournament (from 31 January to 2 February), the semi-finals (3 February) and the final (4 February) live and on-demand and new viewers will be able to register to DAZN and watch for free in Spain. Viewers will be able to watch uninterrupted live coverage via the DAZN app - on smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles, PCs and other connected devices - as well as on DAZN's linear channels via Movistar+.

Viewers in Spain can also watch all matches live via Eurosport on Eurosport 2 has selected weekend finals matches live and on demand.

The coverage will be complemented by livestreaming of all matches across Hexagon Cup’s YouTube channel.

Rest of the World

DAZN is live and uninterrupted with each match around the world (Global markets, ex USA), Discovery+ is live with each match in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Ireland and via in the rest of European countries. Eurosport 1, 2, Eurosport Asia and Eurosport in India will be showing Sunday's finals matches delayed and a 1hr tournament highlights show wrapping up all the action.

ESPN+ (USA), Sky Sport (New Zealand), Fox Sports (Australia), Telemundo (Puerto Rico), Caliente TV (Mexico and Latin America), LALIGA+ (Global, Ex USA and Spain) have each secured deals for live, highlights and delayed coverage across their linear and digital offerings.

In the UK, viewers can follow the Semi-Finals (Saturday 3 Feb) and the Finals (Sunday 4th Feb) live streamed on ITVX and all matches via Discovery+ and DAZN.

The Saudi Sports Company (SSC) will headline coverage across Middle East and North Africa broadcasting all matches live alongside live streaming from Starzplay Arabia. Live and highlights coverage will also be across SuperSport in sub-Saharan Africa; DirectTV in Latin America (excluding Brazil) and Padel Television in Denmark and Sweden.

Chinese fans will be able to access delayed highlights coverage on Tencent, and on PCCW’s NowTV in Hong Kong, and across South East Asia highlights will be aired on SPOTV. The coverage will be complemented by livestreaming across Hexagon Cup’s YouTube channel, ex USA.

Check where to watch

Hexagon Cup

Under the motto "For the Fans. For the Players. For the Game", this revolutionary competition is born with the ambition to offer a new and disruptive approach with a novel format where 6 teams, each composed of three pairs (a male pair, a female pair, and a pair of future stars), will compete to reach the final phase, where the inaugural champion of the Hexagon Cup will be crowned, with a prize pool of one million euros at stake.

The first edition of the Hexagon Cup will take place at the Madrid Arena, where a Fan Village will also be set up with various activities for fans: autograph signing sessions, player training areas, live concerts, entertainment, shops, exhibitions, food trucks, and high-quality gastronomic options.

Tickets for the event, starting from 20€, can be purchased through its website