2.24pm – We’re 3-3 in the first set
Medvedev serves like a train. Up to 3-3 in an instant. We are approaching the partial hot stages.
2.12pm – False cancels the break point
The first break point of the match goes to Medvedev, but Sinner cancels it out. Yannick leads 3-2 in the first set.
2.06pm – Sinner leads 2-1 in the first set
An excellent first innings ratio for Sinner, who also keeps the second innings at 15, was also helped by several errors from Medvedev. Yannick leads 2-1 without a break in the first set.
2.04 pm – 1-1 in the first set
Sinner started well on serve: three first balls put him at 40-0, Medvedev went up to 40-30, and then Jannik finished the match. The Russian also holds serve, and we’re 1-1 in the first set.
1.53pm – Here are the players
The players entered the field. The sinner will start at bat.
We are almost here, in a few minutes the ATP 500 final will begin in Beijing between Sinner and Medvedev.
1.04pm – Why does a sinner always send the caraz into a crisis
(Marco Imaricio) Who knows why we never listen to those directly involved. Credit must be given to Adriano Panatta, who was always the first to say that there was no point in making comparisons. Different eras. He was a glorious tennis player, freer and freer. It has nothing to do with the monastic life of today’s tennis players, who have to obsess if they want to excel. Here is the full article
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