Born in Cádiz in the southwest of Spain in 1991, Álvaro first picked up a paddle at the age of 10. From there, he began his devotion to this sport, leading him to become a professional player in 2009.

After sharing the court with names like Dani Herrera, Matías Nicoletti, and Paquito Navarro, in 2016 he wins the world championship title in Cascais alongside Juan Lebrón.

In 2016, he breaks into the top 16 of the international ranking, and the following year, he becomes the European Open champion with Aday Santana.

Starting in 2024, he joins the Viento family ready to play, grow, and celebrate every moment together.



  • Position of Play: Right
  • Place of Birth: Cádiz
  • Premier Padel: #75

Born in Cadiz in 1999, Julia’s passion for padel ignited at age 6, leading her to win Spanish and global podiums from a young age.

By the time she turned 18, she moved to Madrid to study at university and train to become a professional padel player, marking the beginning of her professional future.

By 2022, she started playing in the WPT international circuit, reaching her best individual ranking of 54 and 22 in doubles.

Now, at 25, she’s competing in the Premier Padel international circuit, battling in the early rounds of the final draw.

Starting from 2024, she becomes part of the Viento family to embark on new challenges and experiences together.



Born in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina in 2004, Lautaro began his passion for padel at the age of 9, which led him to win national and world podiums at a very young age.

At the age of 14 and after standing out in the Argentine paddle, he realized that his dream is to be a professional player. After that, he was proclaimed Bicampeon of America with the Argentine national team, and world runner-up in his junior stage.

In 2023, the player from Tucuman managed to climb to the number 1 position in the ranking of the Professional Padel Circuit, 

Now, at the age of 21, he will compete in the international Premier Padel circuit, as well as in the Argentina Padel Tour where he will start as number 1 in the ranking.

From 2024, he becomes part of the Viento family as a new member of Next Gen Sports to undertake new challenges and experiences together.