Pakistan’s Aisam ul Haq, India’s Rohan Bopanna crew up for ATP Sofia Open

Pakistani tennis participant Aisam ul Haq Qureshi and his Indian counterpart Rohan Boppana. Photograph: Twitter/News18
  • Aisam may have few extra tournaments in partnership with Rohan.
  • The duo is slated to face Oliver Marach and Philipp Oswald of Austria on Tuesday within the event.
  • Identified for spreading messages of peace and concord, the duo can be the recipient of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award.

Former companions, often known as “Indo-Pak Specific”, Pakistan’s Aisam ul Haq and India’s Rohan Boppana are set to reunite as soon as once more, the second time within the yr, and doubtless for an extended interval.

The Pakistani tennis ace Aisam ul Haq confirmed to NEWSONHY Information that he’s partnering with Rohan Bopanna for this week’s ATP Sofia Open in Bulgaria, and may have few extra tournaments in partnership with him.

The duo is slated to face Oliver Marach and Philipp Oswald of Austria on Tuesday within the event.

“Sure, I’m partnering with him in Sofia and the following three tournaments. We’ll determine concerning the future after these tournaments,” Aisam instructed NEWSONHY Information forward of his sport.

Identified for spreading messages of peace and concord, the duo can be the recipient of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award.

Rohan and Aisam got here collectively earlier in March this yr, however just for one event after they partnered at Acapulco, Mexico. Nonetheless, they had been defeated within the first sport.

The sport in March was their first match collectively since September 2014.

Aisam and Rohan partnered for the primary time at a Challenger occasion in Denver in 2003. As a pair, the duo has received 5 ATP doubles titles, performed the 2010 US Open last and stormed into the highest 10 doubles’ rating.

The Shenzen Open, an ATP 250 occasion, in September 2014 was the final event earlier than they reunited in March this yr.

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