02. 08. 2018
BRATISLAVA – Slovakian tennis player Philip Polasek is currently on the map. This good form is also confirmed at the ATP 250 event in Kitzbuehel, Austria (EUR 586 140 subsidy). Polášek, along with Austrian Philip Oswald, fought in the final as the two Czech-Dutch doubles Roman Jebave, Matve Middelkoop 6: 2, 3: 6, lost to the semifinals on Friday and the match 10: 3.
In the finals, in which the 34-year-old Slovakian will seek his 12th ATP title, their opponents will be Frederick Nielsen, Tim Puts (DEN / DEU) – Sander Gill, Joran Vligen (Belgium-4). He lost to the Belgians a week ago at the final in Gstaad, Switzerland. For Polášek, this is the third final appearance at a major professional level this year, with Gstaad making the decisive battle for the title in Antalya, Turkey. The recent semi-finalist of the recent Wimbledon has won 11 double titles from ATP mainstream tournaments, the latter winning in 2013 in Casablanca, Morocco.
The Oswald Poles already have 150 points in the doubles ranking and a cash prize of 15,200 euros (before taxes) for the Kitzbuehel couple.
Philip Polasek pulls off a successful series in June when he gradually triumphs with Oswald in Czech Prostejov and French Lyon, with Croatia Ivan Dodigo being the finalist of the ATP event in Antalya and a semifinalist of the Grand Slam of Wimbledon.
Philip Oswald, Philip Polasek (Rak. / SR-2) – Roman Jebavi, Matve Middelkoop (Czech / Hall-3) 6: 2, 3: 6, 10: 3 (fight) in 69 minutes