Anders Jarryd of Sweden and John Fitzgerald of Australia won the French Open men's doubles final Saturday, beating Americans Rick Leach and Jim Pugh 6-0, 7-6 (7-2). Leach and Pugh took the first two points of the tiebreaker, but Jarryd and Fitzgerald reeled off seven points in a row to capture the title and a $169,000 prize.
Fitzgerald and Jarryd won the 1989 Wimbledon final and have reached two other Grand Slam doubles finals.
Fitzgerald also took the 1982 Australian Open title with John Alexander and the 1986 French and 1984 U.S. Opens with Tomas Smid.
Jarryd teamed with Stefan Edberg to win the 1987 Australian and U.S. Open titles and took the 1983 French Open title with Hans Simonsson and 1987 French Open with Robert Seguso.
Sanchez comes close but goes 0-for-3
Arantxa Sanchez Vicario was O-for-3 after coming close to titles in three French Open events.
She lost the women's final Saturday to Monica Seles 6-3, 6-4, after losing two doubles semifinals on Friday.
In the women's doubles, she and Helena Sukova lost to top-seeded Gigi Fernandez and Jana Novotna 7-5, 5-7, 6-4. In mixed doubles, Sanchez and Jorge Lozano lost to Sukova and Cyril Suk Jr.
Sukova and Suk won the mixed doubles final Saturday, beating Dutch players Caroline Vis and Paul Haarhuis 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.
Fernandez and Novotna meet Soviets Larisa Savchenko and Natasha Zvereva today in the women's doubles final.
_ ASSOCIATED PRESS