Colombians Juan Sebastian Cabal And Robert Farah Eliminated in the ATP semi-finals Cincinnati, United States, after falling 7-6 (5), 6 (8) -7 and 10-3 against the American pair Steve Johnson And Austin Krajeske.
The first group was very combative. Cabal and Farah tried to get the best out of their game so they could move on, but their competitors wouldn’t let them.
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The match was so close that the first group was decided in it break the tiewon by the Americans. However, things didn’t change much in the second half, which was for Caballe and Farah the same way the first was decided.
Already in the third, the Colombians felt tired and gave up too early to say goodbye to the semi-finals.
Cabal and Farah came from defeating the duo of Germany Tim Potts and New Zealand’s Michael Venus by 6-4, which… Give them the opportunity to reach the semi-finals.
In a previous round, they beat Serbian Filip Krajinovic and French Fabrice Martin 7-6 (3) and 6-4, in a good match in which they regained their confidence to move forward.
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The Colombian duo does not raise their head after eliminating Tokyo Olympics, a competition in which the Colombian Olympic Committee was in the medal budget.
After Tokyo, they ended their participation in the Canadian Masters, after losing in the quarter-finals to Belgium’s Sander Gilly-Goran Fligen by 6 (5) -7, 6-2 and 10-8.
This year for them was not the best. They didn’t find the racket hit to get back to the top of the ladder and get more wins.
The results of the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon were not as expected by them, their coach and the Colombian fans.
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