Lloyd Glasspool teamed up with Alex Lawson and made the final in Italy
The Brit/American took out the second & third seeds en route
BIELLA, ITALY – Lloyd Glasspool teamed up with American Alex Lawson and entered the ATP Challenger. The pair made the final before being defeated.
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Lloyd Glasspool teamed up with Alex Lawson in the ATP Challenger in Biella. In the first round the Brit/American pair were drawn against Teymuraz Gabashvili & Denis Istomin. Glasspool & Lawson dominated the first set to take the lead. In the second set Gabashvili & Istomin tried to fight back, however the Brit/American secured the break of serve and took the match in straight sets 6-1, 6-4.
In the quarter-final Glasspool & Lawson were facing the second seeds Romain Arneodo & David Vega Hernández. The Brit/American pairing stayed toe to toe with Arnedo & Vega Hernández forcing a tiebreak. Glasspool & Lawson stormed through the tiebreak to take the lead. In the second set Arnedo & Vega Hernández fought back and broke serve to level up the match. The match tiebreak saw the Brit/American dominate to move into the semi-final 7-6(3), 4-6, 10-3.
The semi-final saw Glasspool & Lawson against the third seeds N. Sriram Balaji & Luca Margaroli. The Indian/Swiss fought hard against the Brit/American and both sets were very tight. However, it was Glasspool & Lawson that secured the break of serve at the end of each set to book a final spot 7-5, 7-5.
In the final Glasspool & Lawson were against Harri Heliövaara & Szymon Walkow. The Finnish/Polish pair secured an early break of serve in the first set, the Brit/American were not able to pull the break back. The second set was much closer as Glasspool & Lawson stayed with the Fin/Pole until right near the end when Heliövaara & Walkow got the break needed to win 6-3, 7-5.
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