Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Wimbledon: Bopanna-Dabrowski duo crashes out of mixed doubles

Wimbledon: Bopanna-Dabrowski duo crashes out of mixed doubles

Desai was the best performer among the juniors as she reached the third round in girls singles and the second round in the doubles.

India's challenge on the senior side at Wimbledon ended on Thursday after Rohan Bopanna and Gabriela Dabrowski lost out in the quarterfinals to Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson.

Kontinen-Watson had earlier defeated the fourth-seeded Indo-Croat pair SaniaMirza -Ivan Dodig 7-6 (4), 6-4 to book the quarter-final berth.

However, Bopanna and Dabrowski failed to keep up the momentum and went down in the next two sets to hand the semi-final spot to the Finish-British duo.

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Both teams made adjustments in the second half but couldn't find a breakthrough, while defender Lovren hit the post in the 77th minute.

"I was watching them play last night", Murray said of wild cards Skupski and Rae, who had beaten Max Mirnyi and Ekaterina Makarova in a titanic tussle on Wednesday evening. We're getting closer but tomorrow will be a tough match again.

If he does face Watson, Murray will certainly be used to taking on home opposition, with he and Hingis having knocked out Skupski's brother Neal and Anna Smith in round two. After dropping serve in the next, she made amends by securing another break at 5-5 before holding her nerve to serve out the match.

"I've trained with Joss a bit, I've known Ken since forever".

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