Italian 19-year-old tennis player Jannik Sinner (No. 31 in the ATP) became Miami this year after winning 5:7, 6:4, 6:4 by Hispanic Robert Bautista at 32:55. The first finalist of the Open, Agut, was in the semifinals (ATP-12).
The semifinal lasted two hours and 28 minutes. The experienced Spanish tennis player missed the 3-1 advantage after winning the first set. In the sixth and tenth games, Sinner made a turn after two rests, making his debut in the Masters 1000 Series finals at the Miami Championships.
In the 36-year history of this game, there are only three players Sinner managed to reach the final before his 20th birthday: Andre Agassi (1990), Rafael Nadal (2005) and Novak Djokovic (2007).
Sinner is also the first Italian tennis player to compete for the championship in this prestigious tournament. His opponent will be Pole Hubert Hurkacz (ATP-37th). He beat Russia’s Andrei Rublev by 6:3 and 6:4. ).