GABRIELA DABROWSKI CROWNED MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPION AT ROLAND-GARROS

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GABRIELA DABROWSKI Photo by Peter Figura

On Thursday, Gabriela Dabrowski (Ottawa, ON) became the first Canadian woman to win a Grand Slam. The 25-year-old captured the mixed doubles title at Roland-Garros with her partner Rohan Bopanna of India. The pair defeated Germany’s Anna-Lena Grönefeld and Robert Farah of Colombia 2-6, 6-2,12-10 in the final.

GABRIELA DABROWSKI Photo by Peter Figura
GABRIELA DABROWSKI Photo by Peter Figura

Dabrowski and Bopanna, seeded seventh in the tournament, advanced to the championship match without dropping a set. In the final, they saved two match points in the match tiebreak before claiming victory following a Grönefeld double fault after 1 hour, 26 minutes of play. This is the first Grand Slam title for both Dabrowski and 37-year-old Bopanna.

GABRIELA DABROWSKI Photo by Peter Figura
GABRIELA DABROWSKI Photo by Peter Figura

Dabrowski joins Daniel Nestor, Sébastien Lareau, and Vasek Pospisil as the only Canadians to win a Major doubles title.

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