LONDON (Reuters) – American-British duo Desirae Krawczyk and Neal Skupski clinched their second straight Wimbledon blended doubles title on Thursday after sweeping apart Australia’s Matthew Ebden and Sam Stosur 6-4 6-3 on Centre Court.
The second seeds edged an in depth first set and stepped up their sport within the second, roaring again from an early break right down to win 4 consecutive video games and wrap up victory in an hour and 26 minutes.
The Australian duo didn’t get a foothold within the second set, with Krawczyk’s left-handed serve and Skupski’s deft play on the web inflicting them fixed bother.
It was the fourth blended doubles Grand Slam crown for 28-year-old Krawczyk, who gained all of the majors besides the Australian Open final 12 months.
“I’m speechless. This has been such a particular second. Two in a row at Wimbledon,” she mentioned.
(Reporting by Dhruv Munjal in Bengaluru, modifying by Ed Osmond)