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Eva Longoria joins the Hexagon Cup, the new padel sensation

Eva Longoria, the renowned Hollywood star and producer, has revealed that she will be the owner of a new padel team that will participate in the Hexagon Cup, a groundbreaking padel tournament that will take place in Madrid in February 2024. Padel is a racket sport that is similar to tennis but played on a smaller court with walls.

The Hexagon Cup is a new and innovative format of padel that will feature six teams, each composed of six players: two men, two women, and two juniors. The teams will compete in three different categories: male, female, and mixed. The winner of the Hexagon Cup will receive a prize of one million euros.

Longoria joins other celebrities who have also launched their own teams for the Hexagon Cup, such as Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Robert Lewandowski, and David Beckham. Longoria’s team, called Team US, will represent the United States and will have some of the best padel players in the world, such as Sanyo Gutierrez, Marta Ortega, and Agustin Tapia.

Longoria said that she is passionate about padel and that she wants to promote the sport in the US and around the world. She also said that she is proud to have such talented players in her team and that she hopes to inspire more people, especially women and young girls, to play padel and enjoy its benefits.

Padel is a sport that combines physical activity, mental agility, and social interaction. It is easy to learn, fun to play, and suitable for all ages and levels. Padel is also one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, with more than 20 million players in over 90 countries.

The Hexagon Cup is expected to be a huge success and to attract millions of viewers and fans. The tournament will showcase the best of padel and will offer a unique and exciting experience for both players and spectators. The Hexagon Cup will also contribute to the development and recognition of padel as a professional and prestigious sport.

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