Jannik Sinner defeated in the final of the ATP Masters 1000 in Miami. The 19-year-old gives in to the Polish Hubert Hurkacz who wins 7-6 (7-4), 6-4. The blue starts badly, giving up his serve in the second game and slipping up to 0-3. Sinner has the merit of staying in the game and gradually taking control of the game, with more frequent accelerations.
He breaks the ice and recovers the break, crowning the comeback up to 3-3 in 27 minutes. Hurkacz, less mobile, manages to lean on the serve but at 5-5 he cannot stem the backhand of the young rival. Sinner commands the exchanges and forces the Pole to make the mistake that sanctions the 6-5 in favor of the blue. The baby, however, runs into the empty passage just when he could close the set: he gives the service to zero, 6-6 and the verdict postponed to the tie-break. Hurkacz makes no mistake and closes with the score of 7-4. Sinner struggles even at the start of the second game, undergoes 2 consecutive breaks and finds himself under 0-4. When the match seems closed, the blue returns to the game going up to 3-4 and then up to 4-5. At 30-30, Sinner spares a forehand giving the match-point that Hurkacz exploits by closing the challenge in 1h43 ‘.