Russian tennis players Aslan Karatsev and Andrei Rublev won the ¼ final of the Indian Wells tournament in doubles.
In two sets, they beat Indian Rohan Bopann and Canadian Denis Shapovalov with a score of 6: 4, 6: 4.
The match lasted 1 hour 7 minutes. The Russians made five aces, made four double mistakes and converted four break points out of 10.
Bopann and Shapovalov made three aces, made five double faults and converted two break points out of five.
The rivals of Rublev and Karatsev in the semifinals will be Tim Puetz (Germany) and Michael Venus (New Zealand).
In singles at the Indian Wells tournament, Andrei Rublev lost to American Tommy Paul in the third round, and Aslan Karatsev lost to Hubert Khurkach in the fourth round.
Indian Wells (USA). ATP BNP Paribas Open Tournament. The prize fund is $ 8,359,455. Outdoor courts, hard
Aslan Karatsev / Andrey Rublev (Russia) – Rohan Bopanna / Denis Shapovalov (India / Canada) – 6: 4, 6: 4