Tough Start for Bopanna & Ebden: Defeat Marks Opening Match at ATP World Tour Finals


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In a challenging kick-off at the year-ending ATP World Tour Finals, the Indo-Australian doubles duo of Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden faced a tough hurdle as they started their campaign on a losing note. Paired against the reigning US Open Champions, Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury, the match unfolded with intense exchanges and strategic plays.

Despite putting up a valiant effort, Bopanna and Ebden found themselves on the wrong side of a 3-6, 4-6 scoreline in their first encounter of the prestigious tournament. The formidable pairing of Ram and Salisbury, known for their exceptional chemistry on the court, showcased their prowess and proved to be a formidable challenge for the Indo-Australian team.

As the ATP World Tour Finals progress, Bopanna and Ebden will undoubtedly regroup and recalibrate their strategies for the upcoming matches. The journey has just begun, and the dynamic duo remains poised to bounce back from this initial setback.

Tennis enthusiasts around the globe eagerly await the next chapter in Bopanna and Ebden’s quest at the ATP World Tour Finals. Despite the opening defeat, the pair’s resilience and determination are sure to make their upcoming matches compelling to watch.

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