Newsmarket
MAR 2019
Horacio Zeballos Captures First Masters 1000 Doubles Title at Indian Wells
FILA sponsored tennis player Horacio Zeballos and partner Nikola Mektic won the BNP Paribas Open men’s doubles title Saturday evening, defeating the No. 6 seeded team of Lukascz Kubot and Marcelo Melo 4-6, 6-4, 10-3.

Playing in just their second tournament together, the duo secured incredible upsets over Edmund/Skupski, Herbert/Mahut [1], Cabal/Farah [5] and Marach/Pavic [3] en route to a championship victory over Kubot and Melo.

The win makes Zeballos the first Argentine to win the BNP Paribas Open doubles title since 1976. It is his second circuit title of 2019 and 12th of his career.
JAN 2017
FILA Tennis Athlete Karolina Pliskova Captures the Brisbane International Title
(FILA Global) - FILA sponsored athlete Karolina Pliskova, has started the 2017 tennis season with a title run at the Brisbane International in Brisbane, Queensland. With this win, Pliskova has secured her 7th WTA Tour title. Pliskova's dominant serve and powerful play led her to the Brisbane finals. She defeated her opponent Alize Cornet 6-0 6-3 to claim the women's singles crown, dropping only one set the entire tournament. Following her Brisbane victory, Pliskova will rise to a career-high #5 in the WTA Tour rankings ahead of the this year's first Grand Slam. Pliskova, the women's singles runner-up at the 2016 US Open, will now compete at the Australian Open, beginning on January 16.
March 2019
Horacio Zeballos Captures First Masters 1000 Doubles Title at Indian Wells
FILA sponsored tennis player Horacio Zeballos and partner Nikola Mektic won the BNP Paribas Open men’s doubles title Saturday evening, defeating the No. 6 seeded team of Lukascz Kubot and Marcelo Melo 4-6, 6-4, 10-3.

Playing in just their second tournament together, the duo secured incredible upsets over Edmund/Skupski, Herbert/Mahut [1], Cabal/Farah [5] and Marach/Pavic [3] en route to a championship victory over Kubot and Melo.

The win makes Zeballos the first Argentine to win the BNP Paribas Open doubles title since 1976. It is his second circuit title of 2019 and 12th of his career.