Playing for a WTA doubles title in Mallorca, Spain on Sunday, Canada’s Gabriela Dabrowski and Spanish partner Maria Jose Martinez came out on top.

Beating the German duo of Anna-Lena Friedsam and Laura Siegemund 6-4, 6-2, Dabrowski won her third career WTA doubles title and first on a grass court.

Gabriela Dabrowski (left bottom) and Maria Jose Martinez (Photo via Mallorca Open).

Gabriela Dabrowski (left bottom) and Maria Jose Martinez (Photo via Mallorca Open).

It’s the second time in a week that Dabrowski played in a WTA doubles final, having reached the last stage of the Nottingham Open last Sunday with Chinese partner Yang Zhaoxuan in England.

Dabrowski – Pan Am Games double medallist from TO2015 – is ranked 48th in doubles on the WTA tour. Her next tournament will be the Eastbourne International in England where she’ll partner with Daria Kasatkina of Russia.

Milos Raonic celebrates during his quarterfinal match at Queen's Club Championships in London on June 17, 2016.

Milos Raonic celebrates during his quarterfinal match at Queen’s Club Championships in London on June 17, 2016.

Canadian tennis news wasn’t as good back in England, where Milos Raonic lost to Andy Murray after reaching the men’s singles final of the Queen’s Club Championships.

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Raonic had Murray a set down and on the ropes before the Brit turned things around down three games in the second set, to win the match and take his fifth Queen’s Club men’s singles crown.

The grass court season concludes with Wimbledon, which starts at the end of June.