Stefanos Tsitsipas and Petros Tsitsipas have won their first doubles title as a duo in Antwerp. The Tsitsipas brothers, who were unseeded, beat Ariel Behar and Adam Pavlasek 6-7 (5) 6-4 10-8 to win Antwerp. In the third game of the match, the first break was seen when Behar and Pavlasek broke the Tsitsipas brothers for a 2-1 lead.
However, Behar and Pavlasek's lead was short-lived as the Greek duo got the break immediately in the fourth game. In the 10th game of the first set - when Behar and Pavlasek were serving to stay in the first set - the Tsitsipas brothers missed out on three set points.
The set then went into a tie-break, where the two pairs were tied to five points apiece before Behar and Pavlasek won the next two points to clinch the opener.
The Tsitsipas came back from a set down to beat Behar, Pavlasek
After losing a very tight first set, the Tsitsipas brothers started the second set with back-to-back breaks and a 3-0 lead.
Down by two breaks early in the second set, Behar and Pavlasek refused to quit and they managed to get one break back in the fourth game. But the Greek duo was able to hold on to their second break and the set went into a third set.
After winning the second set, the Tsitsipas brothers also opened a 5-2 lead in the match tie-break. Behar and Pavlasek responded by winning the next three points to tie the set to five points apiece. Then, the Greek duo had an 8-6 lead but Behar and Pavlasek again worked their way back into the match tie-break and tied the set to eight points.
Fortunately for the Tsitsipas brothers, they were able to keep their focus and win the next two points to complete a tight three-set win and win their first doubles title in Belgium. Prior to Antwerp, the Tsitsipas brothers never made it past the quarterfinal together in an ATP doubles tournament.
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