Medvedev recovers the winning rhythm with the title in Miami


The Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev defeated (7-5, 6-3) this Sunday the Italian Jannik Sinner in the final of the Miami tournament, the second Masters 1,000 of the season, to win the fourth title so far this season and the 19th of his record.

Medvedev thus recovered the triumphant march he lost in the recent Indian Wells final against the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz. The Russian has won 24 of his last 25 matches adding Miami to his titles in the past two months in Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai.

The Russian made it 6-0 in direct duels with a Sinner who, after beating Alcaraz in the semifinals, couldn’t beat another of his biggest nightmares. The former world number one recovered from a break down in the first set to take the lead at 7-5.

Meanwhile, the second set began with an exchange of blows from which Medvedev emerged ahead with a 4-1 that he protected to become champion in Miami, his fifth Masters 1,000 and his nineteenth place won since none of his titles is repeated.