Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah try to reach their second doubles final at the US Open, the last grand slam tournament of the year.
The Colombians face the number one couple in the world, made up of the American< b> Rajeev Ram and the British Joe Salisbury.
There are already two antecedents of confrontations between these couples in definitive instances: the first, at the ATP 500 in Vienna in 2021, with a victory for Cabal and Farah 6-4 and 6-2, and the second, at the Monte Carlo Masters, in April of this year, with victory for Ram and Salisbury 6-4, 3-6, 10-7.
Follow the match here:
Ram and Salisbury start serving and enforce their serve. 1-0.
Cabal and Farah hold their serve and equalize the game. 1-1.
The number ones in the world are back on top with their service. 2-1.
The Colombians remain in the fight and level the match. 2-2.
Cabal and Farah came within 0-30 to break, but Ram and Salisbury hold serve. 3-2.
Colombians had to demand themselves to maintain their service. 3-3
With forcefulness, the number one in the world are up again. 4-3.
The game is still even. Cabal and Farah call again. 4-4
The number one in the world saves opportunity to break Cabal and Farah. 5-4.
Strengths very even. The Colombians keep their serve. 5-5.
Ram and Salisbury maintain their service and force the Colombians to match them to force the tie break. 6-5.
Cabal and Farah lose the first set, after Ram and Salisbury got the first break of the match. 7-5.
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