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Matwe Middelkoop/Marcelo Demoliner celebrate one of the best weeks of their careers.

Middelkoop/Demoliner Beat Argentines For Cordoba Doubles Title

Molteni was looking to go back-to-back in his home country

Third seeds Marcelo Demoliner/Matwe Middelkoop won their second ATP Tour doubles title as a team on Sunday at the Cordoba Open.

The Brazilian/Dutchman pairing saved both break points faced and beat home favourites and fourth seeds Leonardo Mayer/Andres Molteni 6-3, 7-6(4).

Demoliner/Middelkoop broke in the sixth game of the opener. They saw three more break points in the second set, but the Argentines saved them all.

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In the tie-break, however, Demoliner/Middelkoop broke through for their second ATP Tour team title (2019 Moscow). They started playing together only last September at the St. Petersburg Open.

Demoliner/Middelkoop will receive 250 ATP Doubles Rankings points and split $30,900 in prize money. Mayer/Molteni were playing their fourth ATP Tour event as a team and in their first tour-level final. Molteni won the doubles title last year (with Jebavy).

The Argentines will receive 150 ATP Doubles Rankings points and split $15,840 in prize money.