Rohan Bopanna & Wesley Koolhof Clinch Doubles Title at Qatar Open
This is the first tournament Rohan Bopanna (left) and Wesley Koolhof came together as a pair.
This is the first tournament Rohan Bopanna (left) and Wesley Koolhof came together as a pair.(Photo: Twitter/@atptour)

Rohan Bopanna & Wesley Koolhof Clinch Doubles Title at Qatar Open

Veteran tennis star Rohan Bopanna won the $1,465,260 Qatar Open with men's doubles partner Wesley Koolhof of the Netherlands with a come from behind win in the final on Friday. The pair beat British-Mexican pair of Luke Bambridge and Santiago Gonzalez 3-6, 6-2, 10-6 to clinch the title.

Third-seeded pair Bopanna and Koolhof had reached the final earlier after beating second seeds Henri Kontinen and Franco Skugor 7-5, 6-2. The title win hands them 250 ATP points and a prize money of $76,870.

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Unseeded Bambridge and Gonzalez, on the other hand, had got the better of Denmark's Frederik Nielsen and Tim Puetz of Germany 2-6 6-2 10-4 in the semis to get to the final themselves.

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