Delray Beach Open: Divij Sharan, Artem Sitak eliminated in quarter-finals by top-seeded duo of Mike Bryan, Bob Bryan

The Indo-kiwi duo of Sharan and Sitak lost 2-6, 6-4, (3-10) to the Bryan brothers who are playing their last Delray Beach Open

Press Trust of India February 22, 2020 20:37:47 IST
Delray Beach Open: Divij Sharan, Artem Sitak eliminated in quarter-finals by top-seeded duo of Mike Bryan, Bob Bryan
  • India's number two doubles player Divij Sharan and his partner Kiwi partner Artem Sitak lost to top-seeded defending champions Mike and Bob Bryan in the quarter-finals of the Delray Beach Open

  • The Indo-kiwi duo lost 2-6, 6-4, (3-10) to the Bryan brothers who are playing their last Delray Beach Open

  • They did however attempt a comeback in the second set, winning it 6-4 to set up a Super Tie Breaker clash

Florida: India's number two doubles player Divij Sharan and his partner Kiwi partner Artem Sitak lost to top-seeded defending champions Mike and Bob Bryan in the quarter-finals of the Delray Beach Open.

Delray Beach Open Divij Sharan Artem Sitak eliminated in quarterfinals by topseeded duo of Mike Bryan Bob Bryan

File image of Divij Sharan and Artem Sitak. Twitter@rakutenopen

The Indo-kiwi duo lost 2-6, 6-4, (3-10) to the Bryan brothers who are playing their last Delray Beach open as they are set to retire post the US Open this year. Sharan and Sitak lost the first set 2-6 to the Bryan Brothers. They made a comeback in the second set, winning it 6-4 to set up a Super Tie Breaker clash.

Speaking after the game, Sharan said, "It was a tough challenge against the Bryan Brothers and congratulations to them on the win. Sitak and I had some useful learnings from this tournament and look forward to the next week in Chile."

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