Rohan Bopanna becomes the oldest ATP Masters 1000 finalist EVER

43 year old Rohan Bopanna has made history by becoming the oldest player ever to reach the final of an ATP Masters series event. Bopanna achieved this at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells last night, where he reached the doubles final alongside his Australian partner, Matthew Ebden.

Bopanna has been a regular feature on the ATP circuit for over two decades now. He has won several titles, including the prestigious French Open in 2017, where he partnered with the Canadian player, Gabriela Dabrowski, to win the mixed doubles title.

Bopanna’s recent success at the BNP Paribas Open is a testament to his enduring talent and passion for the game. Despite his advancing age, he has continued to maintain a high level of fitness and has worked hard on his game to stay competitive against younger players.

At Indian Wells, Bopanna and Ebden upset some highly touted pairs on their way to the final, including the pairs of Felix Auger-Aliassime/Denis Shapovalov and John Isner/Jack Sock.

Bopanna’s historic achievement at the Miami Open is a source of inspiration for all tennis players and sports enthusiasts around the world. His dedication, hard work, and enduring passion for the game have enabled him to achieve remarkable success and continue to be a force to reckon with on the ATP circuit. As he continues to defy age and expectations, he serves as a shining example of what can be achieved through grit and determination.

Vatsal is a tennis player and fanatic. Currently learning French

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