Chandigarh, Sep 7 : Top seeded pair of Divij Sharan of India and Matthew Ebden of Australia, emerged winners after beating Korean pair of Ji Sungh Nam and Min-Kyu Song 7-6 (4), 5-7, 10-3 in the men's doubles final of the $162,480 ATP Challenger in Jinan, China on Saturday.
The final match lasted one hour and 43 minutes. Sharan/Ebden won 81 total points while their rivals got 77 out of 158. Nam/Song fired seven aces and committed one double fault. Sharan/Ebden committed two double faults. They saved three break points out of six and won two break points out of four.
Nam/Song won two break points out of four and converted three break points out of six.Divij Sharan and Matthew Ebden team earned $9,300 and 125 points. Runners-up Ji Sungh Nam and Min-Kyu Song claimed prize money of $ 5400 and 75 points.