ATP Finals: Dominant Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut conquer London



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ATP Finals: Dominant Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut conquer London

France's Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut have finished their season on a high note after winning back-to-back titles at the Paris Masters and Nitto ATP Finals. Mahut and Herbert, seeded at No. 7, delivered big time in the doubles final at The O2 Arena as they beat seventh-seeded Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus in straight sets 6-3 6-4.

After saving three consecutive break points in the third game of the match, Herbert and Mahut claimed the lone break of the first set in the following game. A similar scenario happened in the second set as the Frenchmen saved a break point in the sixth game, before earning the key break a game later.

Herbert and Mahut won 83 percent of their first serve and saved 3-of-3 of Klaasen and Venus' break point chances in an hour and 10 minutes of play. Herbert and Mahut, who ended runners-up at the ATP Finals last year, won their maiden title at the prestigious season-ending event a year later.

Herbert and Mahut were absolutely dominant throughout the whole week as they claimed five wins in straight sets at The O2 Arena en route to winning the title. It was the third title of the season for the Frenchmen, who earlier this year completed a Career Grand Slam after winning the Australian Open.