British star Neal Skupski clinches Wimbledon glory in the men’s doubles alongside Wesley Koolhof as they beat Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers to win their first major title
Brit Neal Skupski tasted glory in the Wimbledon men’s doubles after beating Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers alongside partner Wesley Koolhof in the final.
Skupski clinched his first Grand Slam men’s doubles title after a thrilling showdown on Centre Court, with he and Koolhof triumphing in straight sets 6-4 6-4.
The first seeds defeated the Spanish-Argentine pairing of Granollers and Zeballos in emphatic fashion, Skupski serving the match out to win yet again at SW19.
Doubles specialist Skupski had emerged on top in the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in the past two years but is now able to boast his first major victory in the men’s.
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