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Sinner in the Washington Open final

He is in the Washington Final: Yannick Sener. © ANSA/Jim Lo Scalzo

Jannik Sinner (ATP 24) was able to confirm his rising form and reached the Washington Open final on Saturday night. In the semi-finals of the ATP 500, he eliminated American Jenson Broxby (ATP 130).

The sinner has no mercy. After working briefly in the previous three rounds and always advancing to the next round with a two-set win, the youngster from Sesto faced off against local champion Jenson Broxby on Saturday. Sinner started the race as the frontrunner against number 130 in the ATP classification. But it wasn’t just the numbers that spoke in favor of the South Tyrolean tennis player: Since his first double success with Reilly Opelka in Atlanta The erroneous one seems to have changed, the lows of the past months have been forgotten.

Despite the seemingly obvious position, Broxby offered the sexual man an equal fight. In the first set, the American sniffed the set win before Sinner pulled himself up and forced a tiebreak. In the end he didn’t miss anything there and decided on the very important first sentence for himself.

Ice Bread Cinner with Next Title Chance

Sextner started the second move furiously and was able to win the first match on the spot. As a result, Sinner made small mistakes over and over, which cost him points, but didn’t have any major impact overall. This was mainly due to the fact that Brooksby also made some mistakes. The game drained the strength of the American, who could no longer build on his performance since the first set.

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Sinner took advantage of his opponent’s weak stage and pulled out the icy chill. After 1:1 Meanwhile, he didn’t give up on the match, resulting in a deserved win in two sets (7:6, 6:1) in the Washington Open final, Sinner meets the winner of the semi-final between Kei Nishikori (31, ATP) and Mackenzie McDonald (26, ATP 107). There he could tackle his next title after his double success in Atlanta.