Sander Gillé and Joran Vliegen fail in ATP Zhuhai doubles semi-finals


Sander Gillé and Joran Vliegen failed to qualify for the doubles final at the ATP 250 tournament in Zhuhai, China (hard/981,785 dollars) on Monday.

The top seeds lost in the semi-finals 7-6 (10/8), 4-6 and 10/6 to the American duo Nathaniel Lammons/Jackson Withrow, the third seeds.

The 32-year-old Gillé (ATP 20 double) and the 30-year-old Vliegen (ATP 21 double) have won seven ATP titles together in the past, including two this year: in Pune and Estoril. In 2021 they were the best in Singapore, in 2020 they won the overall victory in Nur-Sultan (now Astana). In 2019 they triumphed in Zhuhai, Gstaad and Båstad. They have also lost four finals: in Kitzbühel (2019), Munich (2021), Hamburg (2023) and at Roland Garros (2023).

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