Getty Images/David Ramos/Pictured: Marcelo Melo and Cass Cobot
On Monday, Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo did not have to go to court. Their opponents, British wild card holder Lloyd Glasspool and Art Harry Heliovara, withdrew before the so-called Monday mania began. Because of this, the Poles and the Brazilians got a quick run and made it to the quarter-finals.
Kubota and Milo’s rival will be Nikola Mektic and Matt Pavic on Tuesday. The Croats, who have performed excellently this season, defeated Bosnian-Serbian duo Tomislav Berkic and Nikola Kacic 6:2, 3:6, 7:6 (3), 6:4 in the third round.
Miktic and Pavic dominated this year’s tournament, although they didn’t win any Grand Slam titles (they were eliminated at the Australian Open in the semi-finals, and Roland Garros had to withdraw due to a positive COVID-19 test). Despite this, he has seven titles to his credit, winning them in Antalya, Melbourne (ATP 250), Rotterdam, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome and Eastbourne.
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Monday 3 July
My third-round men’s doubles:
ukasz Kubot (Poland, 8) / Marcelo Melo (Brazil, 8) – Lloyd Glasspool (UK, toilet) / Harry Heliovara (Finland, toilet)
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