Colin Fleming and Bruno Soares take the win!
The Scot and Brazilian, who were playing in their first tournament together, won two tie-breaker sets to win the final against Sweden’s Johan Brunstrom and Denmark’s Frederik Nielsen.
The winning pair were in total control once the sets got to tie break time. They won the first tiebreak 7-1 and the second 7-2 to grab the Heineken Open doubles crown 7-6 7-6 in just over one and a half hours.
Fleming and Soares were only troubled this week by the Kiwis Dan King-Turner and Michael Venus who took them to three sets on Monday night.
The singles final between the top seed and defending champion David Ferrer and the second seed Philipp Kohlschreiber will follow at 2pm.