Bopanna crashes out of the US open losing the final set 8-10!!
7-7 now to Bopanna and Dabrowski!
Bopanna and Dabrowski lead 7-5 in the tiebreak. Hopefully they have this in the bag!
6-5 to Bopanna/Dabrowski! Do they have this?
And there's a bit of a choke here..4-4 now in the tiebreak!
A stunning smash from Groenfeld and they're at 2-4 now in the tiebreak.
Speedy forehands from Bopanna, the kind that were missing at the Olympics, are out in full force! They're leading 4-0 in the tiebreak and it's looking great for the new mixed doubles pair here!
Time for a tiebreak! Who will win this one?
Farah and Groenfeld take the second set 2-6 and we've got a proper contest on our hands!
They've saved some face here! Great forehands off both have won them that game and they trail 2-4 now.
It's 4-1 now and looking tough sticks for the straight sets victory that appeared to be on the cards for the Indo-Canadian combine.
Bopanna and Dabrowski are planted firmly at the baseline and looking for the big hits, while Farah and Groenfeld are bent on rushing the net!
Uh-oh! Is there more to this match than previously thought? Quickly it's break point and Groenfeld/Farah break Bopanna to lead 3-1 in the second!
This set isn't going as quickly -and isn't as one-sided as the previous one. No breaks of serve just yet as Farah and Groenfeld lead 2-1.
They hold off the break point but Bopanna's blazing through with those mammoth winners! They win their first service game in set 2 without conceding a single point.
Doesn't look like a promising start from Farah and Groenfeld in set 2. It's break point straightaway in the first game as Bopanna and Dabrowski look to wrest back control!
The German-Colombian pair will serve in Set 2. Can they pull it back or is this going to be one of those wins for Bopanna and Dabrowski?
And that's the SET! Bopanna and Dabrowski win the first set breadsticking their rivals 6-1.
What a pairing! Bopanna and Dabrowski are now on their second set point and the Canadian is playing drop shots like they're second nature!
Rivals Farah and Groenfeld have already lost one of their challenges, and now the Indo-Canadian pair are absolutely RACING forward at 4-1. Only 12 minutes into this set, Farah and Groenfeld are on serve and looking firmly outclassed.
It's good news for Indian fans with the action here on Court 17! Bopanna and Dabrowski are up a break of serve at 3-1.
Bopanna is partnered by Canada's Gabriela Dabrowski, the one-time partner of Eugenie Bouchard in the women's doubles.
Top seeds Sania Mirza and Ivan Dodig lost their match yesterday, leaving Bopanna the sole Indian in the mixed doubles draw.