Jonny O’Mara and Robert Lindstedt claimed the title in Vancouver Challenger
Second seeds didn’t drop a set all event.
VANCOUVER, CANADA – Jonny O’Mara & Robert Lindstedt entered the Challenger event and didn’t drop a set en route to the title.
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Jonny O’Mara & Robert Lindstedt entered the ATP Challenger event in Vancover. The Brit/Swede were seeded second. In the first round the pair were drawn against Taha Baadi & Liam Draxl. The Brit/Swede dominated the first set, with the Canadians not able to get any games on the board. The second set was a little closer, however, O’Mara & Lindstedt secured the break. The seeds moved into the quarter-final in straight sets 6-0, 6-4.
The quarter-final saw the seeds up against Canadians Alexis Galarneau & Benjamin Sigouin. O’Mara & Lindstedt had little trouble getting by the wildcard pairing. The Brit/Swede secured the break of serve needed in both sets, and moved swiftly into the semi-final in straight sets 6-4, 6-4.
In the semi-final O’Mara & Lindstedt were against James Cerretani & Jonathan Erlich. The American/Israeli pair were also the fourth seeds. The second seeds found Cerretani & Erlich tricky in the first set, but ultimately broke serve to take the lead. In the second set, the Brit/Swede found their feet and obtained the break earlier to move into the final 7-5, 6-3.
The final pitched the seeds against Treat Huey & Adil Shamasdin. O’Mara & Lindstedt dominated the first set, breaking early and taking the lead. The second set was much closer as Huey & Shamasdin tried to fight back. Keeping toe to toe with the seeds until the very end of the set, when the Brit/Swede broke and claimed the title in straight sets 6-2, 7-5.
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