The Italian tennis player was defeated in two sets by the Russian in one hour and fifty minutes.
In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, the South Tyrolean champion talks about the Olympic downhill champion who was injured a few days ago but also about downhill skiing in general and Formula 1.
Carlos Alcaraz’s coach commented on the impact of the Alto Adige’s growth on Murciano.
In a radio interview with Radio Anch’io Sport, one of the Italian Davis Cup winners from 1976 expresses his thoughts on the South Tyrolean fresh No. 3 in the world.
Blue is world No. 3: “For me it means more awareness and confidence.” Indian Wells in his sights.
First title of the partnership between the two blues after three lost finals, beating Granollers and Zeballos in the decisive challenge.
The two blues both won on a comeback, the Tuscan with Brazil’s Haddad Maia, the Marche’s with Belgium’s Mertens.
After the final win over Alex De Minaur, the South Tyrolean exalts his team, the Dutch audience, and his opponent.
Beat Alex De Minaur in two sets, with a final score of 7-5, 6-4.
The Australian creates more than a few headaches, but the blue champion closes the fraction on 7-5.
“Even under pressure, Sinner is there. And now the service won’t let up on him.”
The world number 2, who appeared very nervous, defeated in two sets by Chilean Nicolas Jerry.
The 22-year-old South Tyrolean beat home favorite Griekspoor 6-2 6-4 and by Monday 26, since Medvedev will not play in Doha, is sure to overtake him at world No. 3, the first Italian women included to reach this position since the ATP ranking has existed.
The Australian tennis player beat Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in two sets in just under an hour and a half.
Blue tennis player wins another record
The blue tennis player spoke after the victory against Raonic
The Spaniard denies the Turinese his first career semifinal.
The Canadian former world No. 3 had to surrender due to a right leg problem at 7-6 1-1 in favor of the South Tyrolean who will now face Griekspoor.
The tennis player from Turin will face the world number two in the quarterfinals of the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires.
6-3 3-6 6-3 was the score in favor of the world No. 4 South Tyrolean.
The 28-year-old Turin native beats Serbian Djere in two sets, now the next opponent will probably be Alcaraz.
“Compared to before Melbourne some difference is there, but you have to be prepared because the opponents know you better.”
The Latvian giant had not played an official match on the ATP circuit in over a year.
“Did I learn anything from this defeat? Yes, that I don’t have to play the tournaments in which Sinner participates.”
The Piedmontese tennis player spoke out after his debut loss to Grigor Dimitrov.
The Spanish tennis player has declared that he will not take part in the ATP 250 in Doha.
The 22-year-old from San Remo beaten in three sets by Australian Hijikata.
The Australian Open triumphant rifles a double 6-3 win over the home favorite in the first round of the Dutch tournament.
“I knew right away that this guy was going to go places,” says the Frenchman.
The Piedmontese athlete gives the Bulgarian more than a few headaches, especially in the first set, but it is not enough.