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Julian Cash and Robert Galloway holding the Lexus Surbiton Trophy title
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Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2024: Julian Cash & Robert Galloway seal men’s doubles title

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Britain’s Julian Cash and Robert Galloway were crowned the Lexus Surbiton Trophy champions on Saturday with a straight sets win in the final.

The third seeds beat Colombia’s Nicolas Barrientos and Ecuador’s Diego Hidalgo 6-4, 6-4 in one hour and eight minutes.

It’s the second time Cash has won the title in the last three years after lifting the trophy with fellow Brit Henry Patten in 2022 on their way to a record-breaking 10 ATP Challenger titles in a season.

Cash and Galloway have now won three titles together this season – adding to their ATP 250 trophy at Delray Beach and Challenger crown in Bordeaux.

Cash said: “It’s always nice to come back to the UK. It’s a quick turnaround from the clay but we’re delighted to get our first win on the grass and come away with the title.

“To come back here, it’s the third year here in a row, I’ve always done well so it’s nice to be back.

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“I can stay at home, which helps. Here and Wimbledon are the only weeks I can do that. It’s nice to have the British crowd and the club is a nice place to be.

"Things have been good, we are definitely improving week on week which is a nice feeling. So we’re looking forward to the rest of the grass season.

"It brings back that feeling of when you’re a kid, hitting on the grass, it reminds you why you started.”

The British, American duo finished the week in South West London without dropping a set.

In the final they broke at the start of both sets to firmly put the pressure on their opponents and despite having to save two break points of their own midway through the second, they served out the match with relative ease, winning 84% (31/37) points off the first serve.

This article was co-written with Paul Eddison at Sportsbeat.

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