British Dom Inglot and American partner Austin Krajicek have claimed victory for their second ATP Tour after coming first in the Atlanta Open. The second seeds saved to points to beat two time winners Bob and Mike Bryan 6-4 6-7 (5-7) 11-9. It was the first match for the top seeded Bryan brothers, who have taken 118 Tour Titles, where they lost in Atlanta.
Australian Alex de Minaur beat American player Taylor Fritz 6-3 7-6 (7-2) to win the singles title for the men’s side. Fritz had beaten British Cameron Norrie, number two in the country, for the semi final events.
Inglot, talking about his American opponents, stated that things had been looking good for them in the second tie break, but they had come up with the goods when they needed to, adding that it was why they are the best the team had ever been. He continued, saying that it was back and forth for the match tiebreak, but that Austin had played two amazing points to give them the win for the tournament.
Inglot and Krajicek had won their very first doubles title for the Hertogenbosch earlier this year in June, with Inglot securing his 13th ATP Tour doubles title for his career so far. Krajicek add his own statement, saying that they gritted out some matches earlier in the same week, and that there had been a lot of reps on the practice court, but they were still playing well.
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