|Dates: May 28 – June 11 Premises: Roland Garros, Paris|
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Britons Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury both achieved double success with their partners ahead of the French Open, which starts on Sunday.
New Zealand’s Murray and Michael Venus triumphed at the Geneva Open for their third title of the year.
The pair had to work hard to defeat third seed Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 7-6(8-6) 7-6(7-3).
Salisbury and Rajeev Ram won their first title of the season with an ATP Tour victory in Lyon.
The British-American duo, who took first place in the tournament, defeated Frenchman Nicolas Mahut and Matwe Middelkoop of the Netherlands 6-0, 6-3.
“It’s a great feeling. It’s always nice to win a tournament – it’s been a while,” said Salisbury, who won four titles with Ram last year, including the ATP Finals.
“It was our first final this year and our first (title) this year, so it’s great to win this title, especially against such a great team and playing so well.
“It was a very convincing win and we played great, so it’s a really good feeling when we play Roland Garros next week.”