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Demi Schurz, who lost in the Madrid, Coolhof final, does not have a sixteenth double title | Tennis

Demi Schurrz won her sixteenth doubles title at the WTA Tour in Madrid. She lost to her American teammate Desire Kravzic in the final in Madrid to Gabriela Dabrowski of Canada and Giuliana Olmos of Mexico. The result fell in what was called a matchbreak: 7-6 (1) 5-7 10-7.

To play in the quarterfinals and semifinals, Schrz and his U.S. teammate had to play twice on Friday. They qualified for the final by defeating first-level doubles Strom Sanders / Shuai Jong in straight sets.

Earlier this year, Schurrz won the doubles title with Kravzik at Stuttgart. The 28-year-old from Limburg marks his fifteenth match victory.

Coolhoff until the end

Wesley Coolhoff and his doubles partner Neil Skubsky have qualified for the final of the Madrid Masters. The 33-year-old Dutchman and Britt (32) were very strong against Poland’s Hubert Harkoks and American John Isner in two sets: 7-6 (7) 7-5.

The match in the Spanish capital ended 1 hour 43 minutes later. The first match point was used immediately. In the final, Colombia’s Juan Sebastian Kapal and Robert Farah will face off. They won in straight sets (7-6 (3) 6-3) against Britain’s Jamie Murray and New Zealand’s Michael Venus.

Coolhoff and Skubsky topped the world doubles rankings based on this year’s results. Coolhoff has had a strong season. He has already won three tournaments this year in Melbourne, Adelaide and Doha. He lost the final battle in Barcelona late last month.