India's Ankita Raina wins ITF $100k doubles title in Dubai with partner Ekaterine Gorgodze
It was the fourth doubles final of the season for Ankita Raina but the biggest trophy of the calendar since her earlier two titles were at the USD 25,000 level.
Dubai: Top Indian tennis player Ankita Raina won her third doubles title of the pandemic-hit 2020 season, clinching the Al Habtoor challenge with Ekaterine Gorgodze.
The unseeded Indo-Georgian pair won 6-4, 3-6, 10-6 against Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov from Spain and Slovakian Kaja Juvan in the final of the USD 100,000 hard court event on Saturday.
MASSIVE TITLE FOR ANKITA RAINA!
The win also means that Ankita will reach her CH doubles ranking of 117! pic.twitter.com/9CwechY5QU
— Indian Tennis Daily (@IndTennisDaily) December 12, 2020
It was the fourth doubles final of the season for Ankita but the biggest trophy of the calendar since her earlier two titles were at the USD 25,000 level.
In February this year, Ankita had made three finals, winning back-to-back titles in Nonthaburi (Thailand) with Bibiane Schoofs and ending runners-up in Jodhpur with compatriot Snehal Mane.
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