Canadian Dabrowski advances to French Open mixed-doubles final
25-year-old can become 1st Canadian woman to win Grand Slam title
Seventh-seeded Canadian Gabriela Dabrowski and partner Rohan Bopanna, of India, advanced to the French Open final Wednesday.
The duo beat third-seeded Andrea Hlavackova and Edouard Roger-Vasselin in straight sets, 7-5, 6-3.
Dabrowski and Bopanna played a very clean match, allowing just one break and committing only one unforced error.
They collectively hammered home five aces.
No Canadian woman has won a mixed doubles grand slam title<br><br>Ottawa's <a href="https://twitter.com/GabyDabrowski">@GabyDabrowski</a> has a chance to change that on Thursday—@markhmasters
Dabrowski, an Ottawa native, has the chance to become the first Canadian woman to win a mixed-doubles Grand Slam title.
🇨🇦🏆TOMORROW @ 6amET:<br>Mixed Doubles Final featuring Ottawa's Gaby Dabrowski! <br>Broadcast details to follow. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/RG17?src=hash">#RG17</a>—@TSNTennis
She and Bopanna will take on unseeded Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefeld on Thursday.