Indian tennis player Leander Paes , along with New Zealand's partner Marcus Daniels, beat the duo of Matthew Ebden and Robert Lindsadet in the quarterfinals of the ATP Hall of Fame Open to qualify for the final-4. The third seeded pair of Indian and New Zealand's players secured three match points against Australia and Sweden pair 6-4, 5-7, 14-12. Paes and Daniel will have to cross the challenge of Marcel Granollers and Sergey Stakhowski to reach the finals.
Paes, 46, who made his debut in 1995 in Fame in Hall, became the second oldest player to reach the semi-finals. This is the name of Records Joan McNaro, who made it to the semi-finals of the tournament in 2006 at the age of 47.
After this victory, Paes said, 'It's a moment that you are waiting for. It is very difficult to give time to work in hard work, even in a situation of fever and not wanting to do it in the gym. Many people think that I travel well, but this hard work inspires me to play still.
The winner of the 18 Grand Slam titles said that there is enough to give him the game. He said, 'I have experience, my legs are running, I have knowledge of sports and there are good shots. It depends on the perfect pairing pair and I have been successful in this. As a student of life and this game, I used to learn from senior players and now I learn from junior players. "