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    06 June 2023

    Upset in Men’s Doubles Quarterfinals at French Open 2023 as Skupski and Koolhof Bow Out

    Unseeded Pair Knock Out Top Seeds in French Open Quarter-Finals

    The unpredictable nature of tennis was evident yet again at the French Open as unseeded duo Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos knocked out top seeds Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof. The defeat ended Skupski’s bid for a first Grand Slam men’s doubles title with partner Koolhof.

    In a closely contested quarter-final match, Granollers and Zeballos won the first set comfortably but were pushed to their limits in the second. Skupski and Koolhof fought back impressively from a mini break down to force a tie-breaker, however, it wasn’t enough as they eventually succumbed to their opponents’ superior play.

    A Shocking Exit for Top Seeds

    Sports fans around the world witnessed another stunning upset at Roland Garros as Granollers and Zeballos produced an inspired performance to leave top seeds Skupski and Koolhof shell-shocked. It was a match that epitomized what makes tennis such an exciting sport – anything can happen on any given day.

    The Unpredictability of Tennis

    Tennis is known for its unpredictability, with even the greatest players capable of suffering shock defeats against lesser-ranked opponents. The French Open has always been one of the most unpredictable tournaments on the calendar, throwing up surprise results year after year.

    This latest result will undoubtedly add fuel to this debate about whether rankings matter in tennis or not. On paper, there should have only been one winner – but that’s why we love sports; they are full of surprises!

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