NEW YORK: India's Rohan Bopanna and his Canadian partner Gabriela Dabrowski lost the match of quarter finals of the mixed doubles. But her partner Sania Mirza has won the match in the US Open.
On Monday, Bopanna and Gabriela scored 6-1, 2-6, 8-10 against Robert FaraUS Open: Sania wins, Bopanna out of mixed doublesh of Columbia and Germany's Anna-Lena Groenefeld in 58 minutes and lost the match.
Farah and Groenefeld will now go up against the champs of the last eight conflict between the seventh seeded American team of Coco Vandeweghe and Rajeev Ram and the Czech-Crotian mix of Barbora Krejcikova and Marin Draganja.
Seventh seeds Sania Mirza and her Czech accomplice Barbora Krejcikova vanquished unseeded American-Japanese pair of Nicole Gibbs and Nao Hibino 6-4,7-5 in a third round match.
They won the match in a hour and 17 minutes, winning 31 victors, 12 more than their rivals and guaranteeing 71 of the aggregate 128 focuses played.
In the opening arrangement of Bopanna's match, the initial three recreations ran with the serve until Bopanna-Gabriela secured an administration break to take a 3-1 lead.
They then held their serve before compelling sequential administration breaks to win the primary set.
Farah and Groenefeld arranged a solid rebound in the second set, softening their rivals up the fourth amusement to take the high ground. They earned another administration soften up the eigth diversion to win the second set and draw level.
In the sudden death round, the Indo-Canadian mix began emphatically, taking a 4-0 lead before Farah and Groenefeld won four back to back focuses to draw level.
Bopanna and Gabriela recovered the lead at 7-5 however Farah and Groenefeld battled back, winning three focuses on the run to lead the pack.
In spite of the fact that Bopanna and Gabriela leveled the score at the end of the day, Farah and Groenefeld won consecutive indicates wrap up the issue.