Pierre also impressed in doubles with partner Nicolas Mahut. The No. 1 seeds dominated as they powered their way through the tournament, beating all of their opponents in straight sets. In their final match against Tobias Kamke/Pilipp Marx, the two won 9 aces and 90% of their first serve points to take the match at 6-3, 6-4.
Meanwhile at the Fed Cup Final in the Czech Republic, Angelique Kerber (VCORE Si 100) and Sabine Lisicki (VCORE Tour 97, POLYTOUR SPIN) represented Germany, making it into the finals. While the German team was unable to take the final, Sabine and her partner won in her doubles match against Andrea Hlavackova (RQiS 2 Tour, POLYTOUR PRO 125)/Lucie Hradecka.
Pierre, Borna, Angie, and Sabine are all stunning their opponents with the power of the VCORE series. Made for players want to overpower with offensive play, the VCORE offers control, spin and power. The newest addition to the series, the VCORE Si bites down on the ball, giving it more spin than ever before. Check out the commercial for the VCORE Si featuring Juan Monaco (VCORE Si 98).
Internationaux de Tennis de Vendée Tournament Results
Men’s Singles (Final)
Pierre-Hugues Herbert (VCORE Tour G, YONEX String)(FRA) def. Marsel Ilhan (TUR) 6-2, 6-3
Men’s Doubles (Final)
Pierre-Hugues Herbert (VCORE Tour G, YONEX String)/Nicolas Mahut (FRA) def. Tobias Kamke/Pilipp Marx (GER) 6-3, 6-4
*Photo of Pierre taken at 2014 Rakuten Japan Open