France’s Caroline Garcia and Cristina Mladenovic won their second women’s doubles title as a team at Roland Garros, beating American singles runners-up Coco Goff and Jessica Pegula 2-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Sunday’s final match came a day after 18-year-old Goff lost to Inga Svitek in the singles title fight.
Garcia and Mladenovic also won the 2016 French Open together. Mladenovic now owns a total of six Grand Slam women’s doubles trophies, including the four she won as her partner with Tima Babos.
Gough from Florida and Pegula, a 28-year-old from New York, are competing together for the first time in a major doubles event.