Mattek-Sands and Safarova Claim 5th Major Title


The Czech-American duo notched a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Aussies Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua to claim their fifth major title.

The West Australian also lost the 2008 final in Paris with Francesca Schiavone, as well as the 2015 championship deciders at Roland Garros and Flushing Meadows with Yaraslava Shvedova.

The top seeds won 12 of 13 sets en route to the title, their second at Roland Garros.

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Safarova and Mattek-Sands began playing together only two years ago and have been dominating women's doubles recently.

"We are taking it one match at a time". Really, we kind of enjoy our practice days.

Mattek-Sands and Safarova have perhaps their biggest challenge yet at Wimbledon, where neither player has advanced past the semifinals in women's doubles in a combined 21 appearances.

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Mattek-Sands, however, praised her opponents, who had dropped just one set on their way to the final.

This year, the duo has now won the first two Grand Slam tournaments in the Australian and French Open, as well as Charleston. "It's kind of tough to even look back and to the future to what you could do and what you have done".

The first all-Australian women's pairing to make the title match in Paris in 46 years, Dellacqua and Barty were outclassed in 66 minutes. We're looking forward to Wimbledon. Find us on Facebook too!

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