Daniell wins third doubles title in a row

Last updated 12:34 08/12/2012

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Kiwi tennis pro Marcus Daniell has won his third Futures doubles title in a row.

Daniell and British doubles partner Richard Grabb have won all three Futures titles at the US$10,000 events held in the past three weeks in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

In the latest tournament, Daniell and Grabb defeated the Chinese pair of Peng Gao and Wan Gao 7-5 6-2.

It is the seventh Futures doubles title of the year for Daniell and the eleventh of his career. He also won the 2010 ATP title at the Heineken Open.

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