The Spaniards defeated Marcelo Arevalo and Jonny O’Mara, the second seeds, in the final in straight sets. It was the first doubles title for both players.
It’s a bit of a lighter schedule for both tours with Indian Wells right around the corner. The women have two main events on tap. In Lyon, France, Anna-Lena Friedsam and Mandy Minella—the top seeds—are already out, while No. 2 seeds Aleksandra Krunic and Katarina Srebotnik are comfortably through to the quarterfinals. In Monterrey, Mexico, Desirae Krawczyk and Giuliana Olmos will be going for their second title in a row. They’re the No. 2 seeds at the tournament; Georgina Garcia Perez and Sara Sorribes Tormo headline the draw.
For the men, the qualifying matches for this year’s Davis Cup Finals take place over the weekend. Each tie is a best-of-three affair, with doubles the last rubber played. The most notable doubles news around the event is the return of Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan to the U.S. Davis Cup squad.