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Sania and Bopanna are one win away from winning the Grand Slam together for the second time.
The Indian mixed doubles pair Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna qualified for the semi-finals of the Australian Open 2023 after their opponents gave a walkover on Tuesday.
The Serbian, recovered from the muscular discomfort in his right leg that affected him in their previous duel, needed only two hours and three minutes to leave the last representative of the local tennis players out of the competition, which he prevented from breaking even once
The victory against Behar and Ninomiya is a huge boost for Mirza and Bopanna and gives them the confidence to take on the top seeds in the tournament.
Australian Open 2023: Sania Mirza lost in her last Grand Slam tournament, looking for mixed doubles showdown
Although there is hope in the mixed doubles, but it will be tough for Sania and Rohan Bopanna to win the Australian Open 2023.
Bucsa, who reached the third round after defeating the champion of a 'major' Bianca Andreescu, could not overcome the nerves of playing a third round of the Grand Slam against the best-ranked Iga.
Australian Open 2023: Andy Murray wins the second-longest match in history, defeating Thanasi Kokkinakis in the second round
This match became the longest match of the Australian Open in the Open Era, behind only the epic final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal in 2012.
Along with this, Sania will also be seen in mixed doubles with compatriot Rohan Bopanna.
After defending champion Rafael Nadal, Casper Ruud, who is considered to be the title contender, has also been eliminated from the tournament after losing in the second round.