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Yesterday 01:35 PM
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CINCINNATI Doubles 2017



20 August 2017 Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert claim their sixth different ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown in Cincinnati (d. Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares 7-6[6], 6-4).


Herbert and Mahut notch 10th team title

Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut captured their second straight ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title in dramatic fashion on Sunday at the Western & Southern Open.

The Frenchmen celebrated a 7-6(6) 6-4 victory over Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares, as Herbert lunged for a stunning return that landed just inside the tramline for the lone break of the match.

Herbert and Mahut, who lifted the Coupe Rogers trophy just one week ago, extend their win streak to eight in a row with the win in Cincinnati. It marks the second straight year in which a team has completed the Canada-Cincinnati double, following Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo in 2016.

"We're having a good run," said Herbert. "It's our second straight title in Cincinnati and we're looking forward to a third at the US Open... It's an amazing run we're having.

"I think it was a great final, a great level of doubles. Both teams are playing well. It all came down to one or two points. So it was a great match and we came out winning. So it's an amazing feeling right now and we are just happy to win."

Moreover, the French duo have now won six ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns, all at different tournaments. They reeled off three straight victories to open their 2016 campaign, in Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo, and have now compiled another streak of three consecutive Masters 1000 titles, triumphing in Rome, Montreal and Cincinnati.

"It was good to play in front of many fans today," said Mahut. "I think Jamie and Bruno played really great tennis all the week and today. A little bit lucky to get the first set and then at the end we won the match. It was really, really close, but was on our side today."

Herbert and Mahut needed one hour and 35 minutes to notch their 10th team title overall, saving all four break points faced. Herbert's heroics on their first match point - and first break point of the final - sealed the victory.

They split $295,500 in prize money and 1,000 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points, further solidifying their place among the top threats bidding to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals.

Individually, Mahut clinched his 20th tour-level doubles title, while Herbert moved to 11-5 in title matches. Murray and Soares dropped to 6-4 in finals together, sharing $144,670 in prize money and 600 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points.

Yesterday 01:33 PM
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MONTREAL Doubles 2017



13 August 2017 Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut win the Coupe Rogers doubles title on Sunday in Montreal (d. Rohan Bopanna and Ivan Dodig 6-4, 3-6, 10-6).
04-10-2017 10:51 AM
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04-10-2017 10:49 AM
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PHH at DC QF France vs GB in Rouen 8 April 2017











09-04-2016 10:30 AM
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team hergut
07-13-2016 05:15 PM
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Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert Men's Doubles Final WIMBLEDON 2016 (def. Roger-Vasselin/Benneteau)










07-13-2016 05:14 PM
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Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert Men's Doubles Final WIMBLEDON 2016 (def. Roger-Vasselin/Benneteau)








07-13-2016 05:13 PM
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Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert Men's Doubles Final WIMBLEDON 2016 (def. Roger-Vasselin/Benneteau)





07-13-2016 05:12 PM
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Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert Men's Doubles Final WIMBLEDON 2016 (def. Roger-Vasselin/Benneteau)






07-13-2016 05:11 PM
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one more trophy on the shelf

Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert Men's Doubles Final WIMBLEDON 2016 (def. Roger-Vasselin/Benneteau)





06-27-2016 10:02 PM
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another one



Mahut/Herbert Defend Title In London

19 June 2016 | ATP Staff

Frenchmen celebrate fourth tour-level team title of season
Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert defended their doubles title at the Aegon Championships on Sunday with a 6-3, 7-6(5) sweep against qualifiers Chris Guccione and Andre Sa.

The top seeds broke twice in the first set and earned a mini-break on their first match point to win their fourth tour-level team title of the season. The Frenchmen captured three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments earlier this year (Indian Wells, Miami, Monte-Carlo) and now have won titles on hard courts, clay and grass this season. The win also marks their sixth career tour-level team title. Individually, Mahut has now won 15 tour-level doubles titles; Herbert, seven.

“We just stick together even when we have to go through bad times. We know each other pretty well,” Mahut said. “Also, we have a lot of confidence now from last year. We won a lot of matches, and we know when it's really, really difficult during the match, we are going to find a solution.”

After earning an early break, Mahut/Herbert were broken at 4-2 to put the first set back on serve. But the No. 2 doubles team in the Emirates ATP Rankings broke again and later served out the set.

Neither team could earn a break in the second, and they exchanged two mini-breaks in the early goings of the tie-break. But at 4-5, Mahut/Herbert won three consecutive points to improve to 2-0 against Guccione/Sa (Metz 2015).

“We started well from the beginning. We played a great first set. We missed a little bit of our chances in the beginning of the second,” Herbert said. “We kept it together and tried our best, and we are so happy to get through and win the title.”

Mahut/Herbert will receive 500 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points and split €120,900. Guccione/Sa will receive 300 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings point and split €57,130.

The champions looked forward to celebrating in their own ways. Mahut planned to to go back to France and spend time with his wife and son. Herbert was sticking around London. “I'm going to see Coldplay tonight so I have to hurry up,” he said.

The final was Guccione and Sa's second match of the day. They resumed their semi-final match with Frenchmen Julien Benneteau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin at 3-3 after the match was suspended because of darkness on Saturday. Guccione/Sa won 6-3, 5-7, 10-5 in one hour and 24 minutes.

04-18-2016 11:30 AM
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Herbert/Mahut Win Third Consecutive Masters 1000

Frenchmen come back from set down to claim Monte-Carlo title

Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut are the team to beat at the moment on the ATP World Tour. The French duo won their third ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown in a row on Sunday at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. The third seeds became the first French titlists at the Monte-Carlo Country Club since 1986 (Forget/Noah) as they defeated Australian Open champions Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares 4-6, 6-0, 10-6.

"We were playing well and we also had some luck," Mahut said. "When you win matches, you're more confident and you're able to relax when you play the important points. It can turn a match around, especially in the (match) tie-break."

The final was delayed due to rain – a rare weather blip in what has been a near-perfect week in the Principality – and it was Murray/Soares who started the stronger. The British/Brazilian duo missed the chance to serve for the set at 5-4, but broke again in the 10th game to clinch the opener.

"We were the better team the first set. We were returning well, playing good," Murray said.

From there, Herbert and Mahut went on a tear, reeling off the next six games to level the match, dropping just five points on their serve. They carried that momentum into the Match Tie-break and after establishing an early 5-1 lead, fought off any hopes of a fightback from Murray/Soares as they went on to prevail in 74 minutes.

After victories in Indian Wells (d. Pospisil/Sock) and Miami (d. Klaasen/Ram), Herbert and Mahut are the first team since Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan in 2014 to sweep the first three Masters 1000 titles of the season. Herbert and Mahut captured their fifth tour-level title together, a haul that includes the US Open crown last year.

"We have been very humble on the court during the last month and a half," Herbert said. "After losing the first set, we could have been overwhelmed in the second. But we weren't. We kept fighting. That means in the long-term, we can be consistent day after day."

Murray and Soares were bidding to win their third title of the season after victories in Sydney (d. Bopanna/Mergea) and Melbourne (d. Nestor/Stepanek).


04-18-2016 11:28 AM
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Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Doubles Champions Interview

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Sunday, April 17, 2016 - Listen to Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert talk about how they won the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters doubles title
04-18-2016 11:27 AM
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Monte Carlo 2016 Doubles Final Highlights



Sunday, April 17, 2016 - Watch highlights as Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut win in Monte-Carlo.
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