Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis homing in on Wimbledon mixed doubles title

Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis homing in on Wimbledon mixed doubles title

Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis homing in on Wimbledon mixed doubles title

Sania and her Croatian partner Ivan Dodig, seeded fourth in the tournament, lost 6-7 4-6 to the defending champions Henri Kontinen of Finland and Heather Watson of United Kingdom in a third round match that lasted 53 minutes. Both Britons will be bidding for their second Wimbledon mixed doubles title. While Desai lost in the third round of the girls' singles to top seed Kayla Day of the United States 4-6 4-6; the pair of Mahak Jain and Mihika Yadav lost in the first round of the girls' doubles.

Watson and Kontinen will face the number one seeds, Britain's Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis, of Switzerland, in Sunday's final.

The Scot's men's doubles partner, Brazilian Bruno Soares, will take on Watson and Kontinen in the last four with Russian Elena Vesnina. "We've got to be ready". "Fortunately for us we won, that's the nicest thing about it from a personal point of view, but it's cool there's still British players playing later in the second week of grand slams". After dropping serve in the next, she made amends by securing another break at 5-5 before holding her nerve to serve out the match.

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