Clouds Marion, Media365, posted on Sunday, November 07, 2021 at 2:20 pm.
This Sunday, in the doubles final at the Rolex Paris Masters, Pierre-Hugh-Herbert and Nicholas Mahut lost to Tim Putz and Michael Venus in three sets (6-3, 6-7, 11-9).
Their 20th title together will be waiting. this sunday, In the Rolex Paris Masters Doubles Final, Tim Putz and Michael Venus dominated Pierre-Hughes Herbert and Nicholas Mahut in three sets (6-3, 6-7, 11-9) and 54 hours of play. Facing one of the pairs in the form of the moment (the semi-finals at Indian Wells), the French started very poorly with an entry break and quickly led 3-0, then 4-1. Finally, the No. 3 seed couldn’t catch up and so the German and New Zealander took the lead in this final. Encouraged by the crowd in attendance at the Accor Arena, Herbert and Mahut didn’t give up despite three break points to save during their first two matches. Finally, while the duo then tied the match, the French had ample opportunity to capture one set all over. But, at 6-5, they lost three definite points, and therefore it was necessary to go into a decisive match.
Now it’s time for the Masters and then the Davis Cup
In this, the waiters left nothing but crumbs until 5-4. That’s when Puetz and Venus collapsed and watched their opponents return in this final. Re-launched, the No. 3 seed seemed to make the difference and lead 5-2 in the tiebreak. Despite the crowding, the German and New Zealander stuck to come back little by little, then passed in front…and flew away. Thus, they quickly moved from 2-5 to 9-7 in their favour. If Herbert and Mahut saved two match points, the third was fatal (9-11). Despite everything, it was an interesting result for them, who did not play together for two months, during the US Open. The winners of the Rolex Paris Masters in 2019, the French will have to wait for two passes. wait for, They now have an appointment for the Masters in Turin (from November 14), and then at the Davis Cup in Innsbruck with the French team (from November 25).
ROLEX PARIS MASTERS (France, Masters 1000, fixed interior)
Title holders: Félix Auger-Aliassime (Canada) / Hubert Hurkacz (Poland)
Puetz (all) / Venus (New Zealand) Patent Herbert (FRA, No. 3) / Mahut (FRA, No. 3): 6-3, 6-7, 11-9
Herbert (FRA, No. 3) / Mahut (FRA, No. 3) Beat the Gents (Australia, #6) / Polasek (SLQ, #6): 2-6, 6-3, 11-9
Puetz (all) / Venus (New Zealand) Beat J. Murray (GBR) / Soares (BRE): 7-5, 6-3
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