Janglin / Reinberg won the doubles final.
Favorites lost both finals.
The final of men's doubles began at 5 pm between seeded No. 2 Marcelo Barrios (Chile) / Ulysses Blanch (USA) against the No. 4 Oscar Janglin (Sweden) / Emil Reinberg (USA).
The first set would show Barrios and very safe Blanch on his shots and taking a quick difference they took the score 6-2.
The second set was more even from the beginning, while there was a difference of two points until the end, when Janglin and Reinberg made the sixth point, won the set 6-4 and tied the sets against its rivals.
In doubles play a tiebreaker is different, is not a third set, but sudden death, change of service every two plays and is the first to reach 10 points.
The Swedish and American took a difference from the beginning 3-0 unanswered. With mild reaction of rivals they took the tie up 10-5 in favor of Oscar and Emil thus crowning a hard week of games.
They now travel to Venezuela and they mentioned they were going to keep playings as partners for the doubles tournament. Reinberg thanked the audience: "thank you very much for the support they gave us both," while Janglin added, "is my biggest title", "... it was really a great week."
The closing of the Copa del Cafe had Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia against Ruud Casper Norway, the last one came as the only finalist who was not seeded in the top four.
The Norwegian began with the serve. Nine consecutive points without service break wore marked a 5 to 4 in favor of Ruud and it was the turn to serve for Kecmanovic, but this time he did not defended the serve and Ruud defined it 6-4.
The second set was completely different, Kecmanovic taking a quick difference of 4-0 and would finish 6-2 in his favor. Ruud referred at the end of the game about this set: "I started feeling bad, I had an upset stomach, but I fought back."
The last set was very similar to the first, exchange of points, a break of serve for each and came equal, 5-4 in favor of the Norwegian. Serving Kecmanovic had the advantage of its strong service but Rudd knew and hold, the Serb returned a ball out and dictated the 6-4.
The champion mentioned that it was a great tournament, it was great for him. About the audience: "It was amazing, they were on my side, I appreciate the support." From Kecmanovic mentioned: "It is a great player," "It could have gone either ways, at the end I was tougher than him."
When asked about being the underdog, "It is nice not to be of the highest seeded, they are under pressure." He said goodbye with thanks and a "pure life".