Former Vol Adam Hubble and doubles partner Adam Feeney will play for their second ITF Futures title in as many weeks Friday on the Australian pro circuit.
Hubble and Feeney, seeded third, knocked off top-seeded Brydan Klein and Jose Statham 6-1, 6-2 in the semifinals of the Bundaberg International, a $15,000 Futures event. They face second-seeded James Lemke and Dane Propoggia in the final.
They won the Ipswich Futures last week.
Win or lose the title match, Hubble has built up enough points over the last two weeks to return to the top 400 in the ATP doubles rankings. He was ranked as high as No. 146 in August 2010 before injuries limited most of his 2011 schedule. He is currently No. 479.