Jannik Sinner in the final at the ATP Masters 1000 in Miami. The blue, 19, beat Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in the semifinals for 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 after a 2h29 ‘battle, earning him the chance to play the first Masters 1000 final of his career.


Sinner, after having sold the first set, had the merit of changing the tactical script of the match in the second set, finding the necessary accelerations to get out of the Spaniard’s ‘canvas’. At 5-4, Sinner found the break to conquer the set and postpone the verdict to the third fraction. An empty passage cost the baby dearly. Bautista Agut scored a run of 12 consecutive points, escaping 3-1. The escape, however, did not last long. Sinner kept his serve and immediately scored the counterbreak, returning to a tie: 3-3. At 5-4, the blue made a perfect game. He got 3 match points, took advantage of the first one and closed the accounts.

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