World ranking ranking from Russia continues to work to be the number one soon. Medvedev needs two more achievement experiences after the two-way victory (6: 3, 6: 4) against Martinez Portero to replace Novak Djokovic again on the tennis throne.
- Medvedev uses short weakness phase
- Second sentence varied
- 178. Victory on hard court since 2018
- Brooksby celebrates strong comeback – the wage waits Medvedev
Medvedev uses short weakness phase
The 26-year-old professional from Moscow lodged after balanced start of the score of 4: 3 of the 47th of the ranking from Valencia his impact. The Spaniard acted in this phase a bit more nervous than before, including a double error. Medvedev exploited this weakness of the weakness of freezing and finished with its own premium the first passage without handing a point to 6: 3.
Second sentence varied
The second sentence, on the other hand, fell quite more thoroughly. Only MEDVEDEV managed a break to 2: 1, lost directly to his launch game for 2: 2 and then Martinez Portero again once again 4: 3. This tight advantage reached the favorite to decide the second set of 6: 4 against the surprise winner of Santiago (Chile) for itself.
178. Victory on hard court since 2018
After the game, the Russian hatched a little with the “ARG Slow Lift” and that “the ball change is much longer going on.” In the end, however, he came up with his favorite pad (hard course) well again, so he could win a total of 178. Match on this substrate since 2018 – 38 more than any other professional on the tour during this period.
Brooksby celebrates strong comeback – the wage waits Medvedev
In the second round, he meets Jenson Brooksby (USA), which was already at the third sentence against Roberto Bautista-Agut (Spain) with 0: 4 in the back, but then the 33-year-old no game tented more and won the crucial passage with 6: 4. The reward for this force stroke is the 21-year-old Brooksby now in the round of the last 16 on the top-set Medvedev.
With a semi-final in Miami, Medvedev overtakes Djokovic again, which is currently missing from the Masters tournaments in the US due to its vaccination status. The 20-color Grand Slam winner and six-time Miami champion from Serbia returns to the tour on the European sand seat season.