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    Zielinski and Nys Secure Victory in Doubles Final in Rome

    Jan Zielinski and Hugo Nys, representing Poland and Monaco respectively, emerged victorious in the doubles final of the ATP Masters 1000 tennis tournament held in Rome. They defeated the Dutch duo of Robin Haase and Botic van de Zandschulp with a convincing score of 7-5, 6-1.

    Zielinski and Nys Dominate in Short and Intense Doubles Clash

    The highly-anticipated match took place on Sunday (May 21) and lasted a mere 66 minutes. Zielinski and Nys showcased their exceptional serving skills, denying their Dutch opponents any opportunity to break their serve. 

    In the first set, they had the chance to break Haase and Van de Zandschulp’s serve in the eighth game but missed three crucial shots. However, in the twelfth game, they capitalized on their second opportunity and clinched the set. The second set was a one-sided affair, lasting only 27 minutes.

    “JAN ZIELIŃSKI AND HUGO NYS ARE THE WINNERS OF ATP MASTERS 1000 IN ROME! They beat Robin Haase/Botic van de Zandschulp 7:5, 6:1. It’s the biggest title of their career. From tomorrow they will be the leaders of ATP Race ranking!” Tennis News wrote on Twitter.

    Zielinski and Nys Secure Rome Title, Eye Top ATP Rankings

    The Rome tournament marked Zielinski and Nys’s third appearance in a final this season. They previously reached the championship match at the Australian Open Grand Slam and the Phoenix tournament. Unfortunately, on both occasions, they fell short against their formidable opponents. However, their triumph in the Italian capital now gives them a well-deserved reason to celebrate.

    Following their victory, Zielinski and Nys will claim the top spot in the ATP Doubles Race rankings. Additionally, Zielinski will achieve a significant jump in the main doubles ranking, setting a new personal record for himself.

    Jan Zieliński/Hugo Nys – Robin Haase/Botic van de Zandschulp 2-0 (7-5, 6-1)

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