Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis qualify for ATP Finals doubles

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The Special Ks, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasis Kokkinakis, have qualified for the ATP Finals doubles tournament for the first time, ABC News has reported.

They are the first all-Australian pair to compete at the event since Wayne Arthurs and Paul Hanley in 2005, when it was called the Tennis Masters Cup.

Neither player has competed in the season-ending tournament.

Kyrgios and Kokkinakis played seven tournaments together this year, finishing with an 18-5 win-loss record. They claimed their first major at the Australian Open and the Atlanta Open crown, while Kyrgios added a title in Washington alongside American Jack Sock. 

The ATP Finals will be held from November 13-20 in Turin, Italy.

Source: ABC News.

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