Gonzalez/Lipsky Reach Winston-Salem Final
by ATP Staff|
Gonzalez and Lipsky have a 2-0 record in ATP World Tour finals, having lifted trophies at the 2011 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (d. Bryans) and this year’s Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships (d. Fleming-Hutchins). Gonzalez, 29, is 4-2 overall in title matches, while 31-year-old Lipsky is 7-7 lifetime.
On Saturday, they will take on Pablo Andujar and Leonardo Mayer for the trophy. The Spanish/Argentine duo dismissed defending champions Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram 6-2, 6-1 in 55 minutes. Andujar and Mayer saved all six break points against their serves and broke the wild cards five times to reach the final in their first tournament together.
Andujar is bidding to win his first doubles crown, having fallen in his first two finals. Mayer is seeking his second title. He triumphed in Buenos Aires last year with Oliver Marach.
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