Aisam-Bopanna duo win Paris Masters first ATP Final title: The tennis duo of Pakistan Aisam Ul Haq Qureshi and India’s Rohan Bopanna won his first ATP Masters after beating away always the challenge of Julien Benneteau and Nicolas Mahut of France in straight sets in Sunday’s final.
The seventh seeded Indo-Pak couple took only 65 minutes to defeat the French wildcard entries 6-2, 6-4 and pocket his third title of the season. He had won the Gerry Weber Open in Halle and the Stockholm Open before this event.
Aisam-Bopanna duo Win Paris Masters First ATP Final Title. Bopanna and Qureshi, who have already qualified for the final of the season in London, earned 1000 points in the ranking of each division and 134,500 euros in prize money. Bopanna and Qureshi created opportunities at a time and broke their rivals in the third and fifth games wide open in the first set 4-1 in 20 minutes in the game. Twice they fell 00-30, but losing control of the game and sealed it with comfort.
Mahut and Benneteau, who had surprised the heads of Mike and Bob Bryan on the way to the end, gave a better version of themselves in the second set but could not stop in the form of Indo-Pak Express lift the title. A good battle ensued in the second set as the two couples were locked 4-4.
Aisam-Bopanna duo win Paris Masters first ATP Final title.Aisam Ul Haq & Rohan Bopanna won first ATP Masters Julien Benneteau & Nicolas Mahut of France in straight final. However, Bopanna and Qureshi Mahut broke when he committed his second double Frechman foul in the ninth game, sixth overall, to offer the opportunity to break. The Indo-Pak Express then served the party in the next game after a few anxious moments.