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Croatian Mate Pavić Wins ATP Title in Montpellier

Mate Pavić and Michael Venus (archive photo:opennicecotedazur)

Mate Pavić and Michael Venus (archive photo:opennicecotedazur)

Croatian tennis player Mate Pavić has won the doubles title at the ATP tournament in Montpellier, France on Sunday…

Pavić (22) and his partner, New Zealander Michael Venus, were too good for brothers Alex and Mischa Zvereva from Germany in the final in Montpellier, winning 7-5, 7-6 (4). It was third ATP title that the Croatian/Kiwi combo have won.

Last month the pair won the ATP tournament in Auckland in Venus’s homeland. Their first title was in Nice, whilst last season they reached the final in Bogata and Stockholm.

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