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National Bank Open Presented by Rogers 2022: Daily updates & results


Get the latest news and results from Britain's tennis stars at the National Bank Open Presented by Rogers in Toronto and Montreal.


  • Neal Skupski & Wesley Koolhof win second ATP Masters title - defeating Dan Evans & John Peers 6-2, 4-6, 10-6
  • Evans was defeated by world No.23 Pablo Carreno Busta 7-5, 6-7(7), 6-2 in the semi-finals
  • Jack Draper lost his Masters quarter-final debut against Pablo Carreno Busta 7-6(4), 6-1
  • ATP draws & results
  • WTA draws & results

Day seven - Skupski and Koolhof lift sixth title of the season


Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof keep the titles rolling this season as they added a sixth trophy to the cabinet at the National Bank Open.

The British, Dutch duo defeated Dan Evans and John Peers in a gripping match tie-break 6-2, 4-6, 10-6 to bag their second ATP 1000 title of the season.

A dominant first set from the third seeds saw them break the British, Australian team in both the third and fifth games, which they backed up with 100% points won (10/10) off the first serve.

Evans and Peers – who knocked out both the fifth and second seeds on their way to the final – battled hard in the second set to level the scores and despite losing a break advantage, eventually got their reward, setting up a tense match tie-break decider.


Staying cool calm and collected, Skupski and Koolhof raced to a 7-2 lead in the tie-break and were able to hold off their opponents from there – extending their finals record this season to 6-2.

"We've been together seven or eight months now, but it's really going well," said Skupski. "I love being on the court with Wes, it's been a good partnership so far. Hopefully we can just keep working, progressing. It seems like we're going to be able to go to Turin eventually and we're looking forward to it.

"We played a lot last year on the doubles tour and I learnt a lot from Dan, especially from his competitiveness, it’s incredible. I wouldn’t be here without his input from last year."

The victory sees the pair retain their place at the top of the Race to the Nitto ATP Finals and Skupski jumps one place in the rankings to world No.4.

Evans finishes as runner-up in a Masters doubles final for a third time off the back of a brilliant week for the British No.2, having also reached the semi-finals of the singles.

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