Benjamin Lock and Robert Galloway won the second leg of the South Africa ITF Futures to claim their 5th consecutive doubles crown.
Lock and his US partner maintained top form on the ITF doubles circuit after landing the ITF Futures second leg crown.
The win was the 5th consecutive victory for Lock and Galloway, who landed all the 3 titles on offer in Kuwait before shifting focus to South Africa.
The duo laboured to a super tie break win in the first leg but they raised their game in the second leg after registering a 6-3, 6-3 straight sets win over Michiel de Krom and Ryan Nijboer of the Netherlands.
Victory asserted the dominance of Lock and Galloway who have emerged as a pairing to beat on the ITF tour.
Despite success in the doubles, Lock tumbled out of the singles after crashing to 7-6, 6-1 defeat to Takanyi Garanganga in the singles semi-finals.