Storm Sanders and John Peers win the mixed doubles final – OA Sport

The mixed doubles title at the US Open speaks the Australian, With Storm Sanders and John Peers winning the final held at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Numbers 4 on the board, the two are defeated Belgium’s Kirsten Flipkens and France’s Edouard Roger-Vasselinboth are veterans in their circles, for 4-6 6-7 [10-7]. Winning the Nobles for the second time in the Grand Slam (the first in Melbourne 2017 with Finn Henri Kontinen), Sanders achieved his first success.

The last point, this one, flipped over a few points. There are only two breaks that go into combos: one at 3-3 off the first in favor of Flipkens and Roger-Vasselin, and another at 5-4 off the second when Sanders and Peers are already ahead, thus conquering the group. The super-breakout is choppy: first 4-1 for the Australians, then 5-6 for the Franco-Belgian pair, then the individual final for the winners.

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These are the couples who have been beaten up by Sanders and their peers on their journey: Catherine Harrison / Robert Galloway (US) 6-3 7-5, Bernarda Pera / Jackson Withrow (US) 6-4 6-4, Lila Fernandez (Canada) / Jack Sock (US) 7-5 7- 6 (3), Katie McNally / William Bloomberg (US) 6-2 6-7 (5) [10-8].

Tomorrow will be the last doubles finals, women’s. This can allow extension Barbora Krejsikova and Katerina Senyakova, if they beat Americans Katie McNally and Taylor Townsend, to complete the Grand Slam. It is no small matter, which the Czechs are close to achieving.

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