Jamie Murray and partner Neal Skupski crash out of US Open doubles
Jamie Murray and partner Neal Skupski crash out of the US Open as they lose quarter-final to Brit’s former team-mate Bruno Soares
- Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski’s US Open run ended with quarter-final defeat
- Murray won title four years ago but lost to his former team-mate Bruno Soares
- The pair went down in the tie break after fighting their way back from slow start
Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski’s US Open run ended with a quarter-final loss to Bruno Soares and Mate Pavic in the men’s doubles.
Murray won the title with Soares four years ago but it was the Brazilian who had the last laugh here in a 6-2 7-6 (4) victory.
Murray and Skupski made a poor start, losing the first four games, but matched their opponents in the second set and had three set points at 5-4 before going down in the tie-break.
Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski’s US Open run ended with a quarter-final loss
The pair’s loss leaves Joe Salisbury, playing with American Rajeev Ram, as the only British player left in the tournament.
The Australian Open champions face eighth seeds Wesley Koolhof and Nikola Mektic in the semi-finals.
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