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NEW DELHI: Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden suffered a pre-quarterfinal defeat at the ATP Italian Open against the local pair of Simone Bolelli and Andrea Vavassori.
The second seeds lost 2-6 4-6 in a match that lasted one hour and 13 minutes on Tuesday, following their victory over wildcards Matteo Arnaldi and Francesco Passaro in the opening round.
Bopanna and Ebden had a challenging day, facing two breaks in the first set while failing to secure a single break point against their opponents. They also committed two double faults, which further contributed to their early setback.
The second set saw Bopanna and Ebden continue to struggle, as they were broken three times. Despite managing to break Bolelli and Vavassori twice, they were ultimately outplayed throughout the match.
This defeat adds to a string of recent disappointments, including a first-round exit at the Madrid Masters earlier this month. However, Bopanna and Ebden have had notable successes on the circuit, such as winning the Australian Open men’s doubles title this year and the Indian Wells Masters in 2022, which made the 43-year-old Indian the oldest-ever ATP Masters 1000 champion.
The pair also reached the men’s doubles semi-finals at Wimbledon and the final of the US Open last season. Bopanna’s achievements include becoming the oldest world number one in doubles following their Australian Open triumph in January.
(Inputs from PTI)

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