Benjamin and Courtney Lock landed yet another doubles ITF title after a decisive super tie break win saw them power to victory in Egypt.
The Lock brothers shrugged off the challenge of Ryan Nijboer of the Netherlands and Spain’s Pablo Vivero Gonzalez.
In the first set the Zimbabwean duo needed 47 minutes to surge ahead with a 7-4 tie break win ensuring they claimed the first set 7-6.
In the second set the Spain-Netherlands duo fought their way back with a 7-5 tie break win sending the thrilling contest into a super tie break.
Leading 9-6 the Spanish-Dutch duo seemed on their win to an ITF doubles crown but a show of character by the Lock brothers saw them claw their way back from 9-6 down to win 11-9 and land the Egypt futures doubles crown.
The win was a 19th doubles title for Benjamin whose younger brother Courtney now sits on 8 titles.
From Egypt, the Lock brothers will next compete in Dubai.