Second-seeded Sania Mirza and Bruno Soares fought hard to overcome unseeded Marin Draganjah and Ana Konjuh Croatian pair to reach the quarterfinals of Wimbledon 2015 Mixed Doubles Tuesday. (Is Serena v Sharapova in the semifinals)
Sania and Soares won 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 and will face Austrian-Hungary pair of Alexander Peya and Timea Babos in the quarter. (Novak Djokovic makes great escape)
If the men’s doubles, Rohan and his Romanian partner Boapanna Florin Mergea stunned seeded Bryan Brothers 5-7, 6-4, 7-6, 7-6 to advance to the semifinal. (Paes-Hingis in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon)
In four sets of nail biting he saw two playoffs, seventh-seeded Bopanna and Mergea prevailed over the three-time winners of the Wimbledon doubles title Bob and Mike Bryan.
After going down in the first set 5-7, Bopanna and Mergea staged a stunning comeback to take the second set 6-4. The next two sets were closely contested, but the Indo-Romanian pair triumphed 7-6, 7-6 on both occasions.
Indo-Romanian pair that forced opponents to 18 unforced errors, three more than they, and gained 169 points compared with 166 by the Polish-Belarusian duo. But the winning duo hit 22 aces and 35 winners, far more than the team won nine and 20, respectively, which set the target of sharp competition.
In the quarters, Bopanna-Mergea will face the winner of the match between brothers head series American duo Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan and Croatian-New Zealand couple Mate Pavic and Michael Venus. Sania and Martina were easily the strongest partner, earning more points on his first serves, which has four times the number of winners to their opponents and win five break points compared with three taken by Anabel and Arantxa.
They also won 59 of the 104 points played in the match. In the last match of the competition, where Sania was serving for the match, seeded duo, easily won the top four straight points to seal the match and enter the round of 8. Moreover, Paes and Nestor that they were seeded 11, lost to eighth seeded Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.
Soares and Peya started the game on a positive note by winning 13 of 17 first service points, also winning the only break point to take the first set 6-3. The second group obtained similar results for the eighth seed while playing aggressive and winning two of two break points to win the set and go September 2-up in the match. 11 seeds Paes and Nestor came back strongly in the third set as he won 13 of 15 first serve points and earning two break points in four to take the third set 6-3.
The fourth set also obtained positive results coming your way some things tight tennis helped them move up. The fifth set saw Soares and Peya again pace, as again they played aggressively to win 19 of the 23 points on first serve and win two points crucial break of four to seal the fifth set and match and get into the quarter- end in style.
Boys singles, India Sumit Nagal lost to Argentine Juan Pablo Ficovich 7-5, 2-6, 4-6 in the first round. Sumit made a positive start earning two break points and win the first set 7-5, but the Argentine came roaring back in the match in the second set, winning 10 of 11 first service points and winning two of the three points break to level things.happy wheels
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