By Ros Satar

Treat Huey/Dominic Inglot def Colin Fleming/Jonny Marray 6-2, 6-7(2), 10-5

The all British top seed pairing of Colin Fleming and Jonny Marray were toppled by Brit/Pilipino duo Dominic Inglot and Treat Huey in a three-sets to book a place in the ATP 250 final.

Huey and Inglot started the better,  charging to a 6-2 lead.

The top seeds, made a tighter match of it in the second set winning the tie-break quite convincingly.

But they were to come undone in the match tie-break as the no. 3 seeds won comfortably.

They will face Andre Begemann and Martin Emmrich in the final.

Inglot has reached 3 finals with Huey in 2012, winning in Washington (Runners up on Basel and Houston).

1 Reply to "Top Seeds Fleming/Marray ousted by [3] Inglot/Huey in Dusseldorf"

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    June 2, 2013 (10:54 am)

    […] Important things to know about Dominic; he’s 27, 6 foot 5, born and lives in London, he’s at a career high ranking of 37 and the third highest ranked British men’s doubles player behind Jonny Marray and Colin Fleming.  37th is almost 40 places higher than Marray was this time last year just before he won Wimbledon and indeed Inglot and Treat Huey (Inglot’s regular partner) beat Marray and Freddie Nielsen in the final of the Nottingham Challenger two weeks before Wimbledon. Inglot and Huey also reached the final of last week’s Power Horse Cup in Düsseldorf, beating the team of Fleming and Marray on the way. […]

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