Damm (15 years old) and Kodat (16): the youngest doubles who wins a match in the history of the USO

Martin Damm and Toby Kodat, 31 years old between them, won Krueger (25) and Smyczek (31) in the first round. In 1975 Gottfried (15) and McEnroe (16) played but lost.

The United States is enjoying the beautiful with its teenage tennis players. Coco Gauff, the youngest player (15 years old) to reach the third round of the US Open since Anna Kournikova in 1996, is already a mass phenomenon and has twice filled the second biggest track of the tournament, Louis Armstrong. This Saturday will play against world number one and current champion, Naomi Osaka, at the center. Further away from the spotlights, but with prominence for being also historical, are Martin Damm (15) and Toby Kodat (16), who on Thursday became the pair of doubles with a younger combined age (31) who wins a match throughout the history of the American Grand Slam. 444444

Damm and Kodat defeated their compatriots Krueger (25) and Smyczek (31) in the first round in two sets (7-6 (6) and 7-5) and will face the 12th seeded, the Germans Krawietz and Mies for a place in eighths. first round and the Americans fell later in the second


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