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Eala and Cascino a win away from W75 Croissy-Beaubourg doubles title

Photo courtesy of Alex Eala / Instagram

Alex Eala and Estelle Cascino of France entered the championship round of the W75 Croissy-Beaubourg after a 6-3, 6-3 win over Kira Pavlova of Russia and Marie Weckerle of Luxembourg early Saturday at the Comité Départemental de Tennis de Seine & Marne in France.

Eala and Cascino only needed one hour and seven minutes to finish the match and get one step closer to the women’s doubles trophy.

Up next for the Filipino-French dup is the top seed and hometown bet Jessika Ponchet and Maia Lumsden of Great Britain in the final.

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