The two-time French Open winner Kevin Krawietz and his Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof won the men’s doubles at the ATP tournament in Munich.
In the final game, the pair with 6:4, 4:6, 10:5 won the Belgian Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen. They shared a prize money of 15.360 Euro.
For Krawietz, after the last two finals in Rotterdam and Barcelona alongside Romanian Horia Tecau, the first title of the year and the fifth overall.
The previous four tournament victories had succeeded with his official partner Andreas Mies. The Cologne, however, is likely to fall out for months due to knee surgery. Neither of them can compete in the Tokyo Olympics together.