EI Bernabéu derby it is played tomorrow (4:00 pm, Movistar LaLiga) but the veterans from Real Madrid Y Athletic they came forward crossing balls in a paddle tennis court. The former soccer players of the eternal rivals of the capital put on their shoes and enjoyed challenging themselves in the III Padel Derbi Challenge, sponsored by Hyundai, Ecovidrio, 888 Sport and Babolat Pádel, and organized by AS and La Masó Sports Club. The goal, or rather, the lack of it, also gave what to talk about. The arrival or not of Cavani to the Metropolitan (“It would be a great boost for Atleti,” Moya confessed) and the complicated start from Jovic in Madrid “It’s a surprise, because he’s a great striker,” commented Pantic, a compatriot of the white striker. “I see him lost, but You have to be patient“.East padelistic confrontation between Real Madrid and Atlético, he fell on the side of the Mejías y Ríos mattresses, which they received from Margarita Rodríguez (director of marketing and advertising for Hyundai) and Nicolás Delgado (director of La Masó Sports Club) the champions prize when imposed in a tight tie-breaker to the white duo Red-Javi Guerrero. JESUS RUBIO & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Margarita Rodríguez and Nicolás Delgado presented the awards.JESUS RUBIO (DAILY AS) Illustrious Although they didn’t dress short, too they wanted to support this charity event in favor of the Forever Dream Foundation other illustrious of both teams. In addition to Pantic, last year’s challenge champion, Dani García Lara and Pavón attended, that sees a “dominant and dynamic Madrid”. Tomorrow, the derby will be the one to pass sentence. During more than three hoursReal Madrid veterans (Rubén de la Red, Jordi Codina, Enrique Velasco and Javi Guerrero) measured each other to decide who would play the grand finale against the rojiblancos (Roberto Fresnedoso, Movilla, Gabi Moya, Ángel Mejías, José Luna, Chino Zapatera and Juan Ríos), with the presence of paddle professor Robin Boneberg and the professional extenist Pato Clavet. There were the traditional pickets in the family photo (“Forza Atleti!” He shouted Javier Matallanas, quickly replicated by a “3-0!” from Tomás Roncero) and a lot of analysis between serves, volleys and beautiful points. “The responsibility and pressure in this derby is in Madrid,” he said. Roberto Fresnedoso. He added: “Atleti has nothing to lose.” The majority agreed on an idea about what awaits us: Madrid arrives better but Atlético, despite its recent setbacks, will compete to the fullest, as always.