Herbert and Mahut, champions in Turin and with a French record


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Herbert and Mahut, champions in Turin and with a French record

Success! Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert became champions of the ATP Finals after beating Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury in straight sets 6-4, 7-6 (0). And not only the title, but they also took a record for France.

With this victory, they added their second trophy (they had achieved it in 2019) in the tournament that brings together the eight best tennis players of the season, so they became the first French duo to be multi-champion.

The European couple started out very solid and he took advantage of the service of his rivals to take advantage, something that Ram and Salisbury had difficulty achieving throughout the game.

In fact, Mahut was intractable in the returns and it became a lethal tool to win the key points for the final victory.

In this way, Mahut and Herbert added their 20th title together, the fourth of the season. It should be remembered that they had been champions in Roland Garros, in London and in Antwerp previously.


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