2nd seed Salisbury and Krausek won their second Grand Slam mixed doubles title together after also winning the French Open in June; Salisbury won the men’s doubles alongside Rajiv Ram on Friday at Flushing Meadows Last Update: 11/09/21 7:48 p.m. Joe Salisbury and Desira Krausek prevailed in the US Open in the mixed doubles, Britain’s Joe Salisbury won his second doubles title at the US Open Open this year. He and his American partner Desirae Krawczyk beat El Salvador’s Marcelo Arevalo and Mexico’s Juliana Olmos in the mixed event. Salisbury beat American Rajiv Ram in the men’s doubles on Friday, and Krausek secured an impressive 7-5, 6-2 victory over their unseeded Central American opponent in New York, a second Grand Slam mixed doubles title for second seed Salisbury. and Krawczyk, who together won the French Open in June. Krausek, who shared the Wimbledon title with Britain’s Neil Skopsky, was the first player to win three consecutive Grand Slam titles in mixed doubles since India’s Mahesh Bhupathi between 2005 and 2006, and Salisbury and Krause initially were in full swing at Arthur Ashe Stadium. The Briton saved consecutive break points with an accurate serve in the sixth game of the first set, and after scoring 4-5, Salisbury saved three consecutive points on serve, before good net coverage helped the British and American duo break Olmos. Serves and closes the first group. After an instant break early in the second set on Olmos’ serve, Salisbury and Krausek took charge and made a double break to lead 5-2 before Krausek completed the win on match point three. Don’t forget to follow us. On skysports.com/tennis, our Twitter account @skysportstennis & Sky Sports – wherever you are! Available for download now on – iPhone, iPad and Android.