Despite losing in the final, Harri Heliövaara once more reached a new record ranking

The British duo Lloyd Glasspool of Heliövaara had their passes broken twice by Polish opponents. A painful double fault brought the game to a close.

When the Brit dropped two passes in the championship match of the ATP tournament in Metz on Sunday, Harri Heliövaara and Lloyd Glasspool lost their chance to win. Hugo Nys and Jan Zielinski from Poland won the championship game in two sets, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4.

The fact that Glasspool’s double fault led to the resolution of the second pass loss made it very obvious.

“Even after having a terrific week, losing in the championship always feels like a loss. Every loss stings “Heliövaara acknowledged following the match.

However, given that this was already our sixth ATP final of the year, we cannot be criticized for our performance.

Glasspool and Noise Hazard engaged in combat to begin the game. In the first shift, Glasspool lost a pass, and Heliövaara struggled to hold onto their own pass.

“Sharply out of the gate came the adversaries. They started out playing dangerously close to the boundary lines, but they were successful. From the beginning, they were at the top of their game “Heliövaara said.

“The victory now belonged to the Poles because they were marginally superior in each area. After the first set, we played more effectively, but even then, the opposition discovered a couple more new weapons.”

This season’s ATP500 competition in Hamburg was won by Noise Hazard and Glasspool. The pair anticipates a successful conclusion to their partnership.

“We have a good attitude. We are performing well, and it seems like we are always headed towards the championship game. There is no need to haste, therefore we will carry on as before “Heliövaara had plans.

Profits will undoubtedly be made in the future.

With Metz’s victory, Heliövaara moves up to the 14th spot in the doubles world rankings, while Glasspool moves up to the 20th spot.

Let’s take pleasure in the new record ranking, said Heliövaara.

By Editor

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