Wesley Koolhof and Kevin Krawietz captured their first ATP Tour workforce title on Sunday on the BMW Open in Munich.
The highest-seeded Dutch-German workforce acquired off to a powerful begin within the Match Tie-break en path to a 4-6, 6-4, 10-5 victory over third-seeded Belgians Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen in 87 minutes. The ultimate was interrupted for 35 minutes by rain at 1-1 within the second set.
“It feels wonderful and I really feel proud to have received a match at dwelling,” Krawietz informed ATPTour.com. “Initially, it was slightly bit tough as a result of we acquired a break with some good returns, however then they got here again. Wesley performed a tremendous Match Tie-break.”
Koolhof informed ATPTour.com, “I really feel excellent. It was a tricky match and hard circumstances, ready nearly three hours to start out, then a 30-minute rain delay. The break modified issues in our favour. I began with a very good return within the Match Tie-break, then made two good first serves at 3-0. The beginning was essential in our favour.”
Koolhof, 32, captured the seventh ATP Tour title of his profession, whereas 29-year-old Krawietz, who usually companions fellow German Andreas Mies, earned his fifth doubles crown.
Gille and Vliegen, who misplaced one set en path to the ATP 250 match remaining, picked up the Singapore Tennis Open trophy (d. Ebden/Smith) in February. They’re now 5-2 in ATP Tour workforce finals.