Britain's Colin Fleming wins his second ATP title of the year, partnering Rohan Bopanna to doubles success in Marseille.
Britain's Colin Fleming has won his second tour title of the year, winning the doubles event at the ATP Marseille Open.
Fleming was partnered by Indian player Rohan Bopanna for the hard court event.
It was the first time the two have played together, as Fleming's regular partner Ross Hutchins is recovering after being diagnosed with cancer last year.
The pair beat Pakistani top seeds Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi and Jean-Julien Rojer 6-4 7-6. They faced only four break points, all of which they saved, and came through the tie-breaker 7-3.
It is Fleming's seventh career ATP doubles title and Bopanna's eighth.
Earlier, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had won the singles event, beating Tomas Berdych.
Result: Fleming, Hutchins beaten in first round >