Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Jamie Murray, who won the blended pairs at the US Open, say the occasion is underestimated in tennis.

The generally low profile of blended pairs and copies is reflected in the prize cash, with the blended victors parting $160,000, while the duplicates champions get $740,000 dollars. The singles champions get more than $3 million.

“To me, blended copies is an underestimated tennis item,” Mattek-Sands said. “You have folks and young ladies playing on a similar level, no impairments. The folks aren’t feeling terrible for the young ladies. The young ladies single out the folks. It’s commonly stunning tennis. We have incredible focuses. Folks and young ladies together, not very numerous games state they do that.”

The WTA veteran, who plays singles, pairs and blended, would likewise like the blended copies and duplicates to get more advancement.

“There’s a great deal of club players, particularly in the U.S., that can identify with playing copies and blended duplicates. I’m totally supportive of clearly increasing the prize cash, yet I think even the mindfulness,” she said. “It’s energizing tennis. In the event that more individuals thought about it, pursued the groups, they would truly appreciate watching blended pairs and duplicates.”

Mattek-Sands has won five blended copies titles at the Grand Slams. She likewise has won a huge amount of duplicates titles, including the US Open, the Australian Open, and the French Open.

The 33-year-old Murray has won 23 copies titles, including at the Australian Open and the US Open. Furthermore, he has won five blended duplicates titles, including his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, and furthermore at the US Open. He likewise says the consideration on duplicates could be improved.

“I think copies is somewhat the bedrock of the novice game,” Murray said. “It’s an immense piece of our game. It certainly can possibly offer more noteworthy incentive to these competitions than maybe it as of now is or as of now permitted to [have].”

It is the pair’s second back to back blended copies title at the US Open, and Murray’s third after his 2017 triumph with Martina Hingis.

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