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Australian Open 2017: Peers-Kontinen Stun Bryans to Win Doubles Title

Australia's John Peers and his Finnish partner Henri Kontinen upset highly decorated Americans Bob and Mike Bryan to win the Australian Open men's doubles on Saturday.

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Updated:January 28, 2017, 8:58 PM IST
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Australian Open 2017: Peers-Kontinen Stun Bryans to Win Doubles Title
Henri Kontinen of Finland and John Peers of Australia (L) pose with the winners trophy after beating the Bryan Brothers. (Getty Images)
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Melbourne: Australia's John Peers and his Finnish partner Henri Kontinen upset highly decorated Americans Bob and Mike Bryan to win the Australian Open men's doubles on Saturday.

Seeded four, they came through a tough battle 7-5, 7-5 on Rod Laver Arena to deprive the third-seeded Bryan brothers of a seventh Melbourne title and a 17th Grand Slam crown.

For Peers and Kontinen it was a first major title, with the Melbourne-born Australian fittingly hitting the winner, spinning a lob over the head of the Bryan twins.

He is the first Australian to win the title since Todd Woodbridge in 2001.

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