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Jannik Sinner keeps his nerve in Miami – Tennis

Jannik Sinner keeps his nerve in Miami – Tennis

Jannik Sinner made it to the next round in Miami. © APA/Brennan Asplin

Jannik Sinner has reached the round of 16 at the Masters in Miami. Things haven't looked good for Pusterer for a while.

Jannik Sinner defeated Talon Grikespor (ATP 26) 5:7, 7:5, 6:1. Pusterer had to turn the set against the Dutchman. Additionally, the rain stopped for 45 minutes in Miami in the second half when the score was 3:3. But Sinner held his nerve, turning the score around against Grekspur and then winning his second match in Florida within 24 hours.

Sinner had a lot of trouble against Griekspoor. Just a few weeks ago, the South Tyrol player played against the 27-year-old in Rotterdam. Of particular note is that Sinner had to convert a group deficit for only the second time this season. The other time this was the case in the Australian Open final against Daniil Medvedev, when the eventual champion lost the first two sets.

Talon Grekspor won the first group. © ANSA/Cristóbal Herrera-Ulashkiewicz

“It was a difficult match today. I was in a difficult situation – also because of the interruption. But I stayed focused. I think I managed it well,” Sinner said after his win on Sunday evening. Anyway: Sinner is now in the round of 16 in Miami and will face The winner of the match between the young American Martin Dam (ATP 204) and the Australian Christopher O'Connell (ATP 66).This match will be held on Monday night.