“A lot of serves went right by us,” Huey acknowledged. “We tried to return as many as we could.”
The strength of having a consistent partnership is that Huey and Inglot have similar motivations — and similar memories. Both remember losing to Querrey and his partner at the time, Citi Open quarterfinalist James Blake, in Houston in April. It was a loss both players wanted to avenge.
“We were like, ‘We don’t want to lose to this guy again in the final of another tournament,’” Huey told the ATP. “So it’s good we got the win in the end and played real well at the big points in the end when we needed to.”
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