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Sinner Tsitsipas at ATP Monte Carlo: live coverage of the semi-final

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Sinner Tsitsipas at ATP Monte Carlo: live coverage of the semi-final

Jannik Sinner and Stefanos Tsitsipas face each other for the ninth time in their career, the fifth on clay. Sinner is fresh from the 2h40′ battle with Rune, the Greek eliminated Khachanov in two quick sets.


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 4-5

Jannik holds serve by canceling a short ball attempt


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 3-5

The ATP n.12 remains unplayable on his serve: only one 15 conceded, now Sinner must hold serve to hope


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 3-4

Another tiring shift on serve for Sinner, who nevertheless remains in the lead. Now the counterbreak would be essential


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 2-4

Another game taken away with some ease by the Greek.

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Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 2-3

Sinner finds a forehand and serve and closes at 0


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 1-3

The Greek holds the serve and extends


Sinner-Tsitsipas, first set: 1-2, break for the Greek

Two more break points for the Greek: at the second Sinner loses serve


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 1-1

The Greek evens the score despite committing a double fault


Sinner-Tsitsipas, primo set: 1-0

Complicated start for Jannik, who immediately has to save a break point


Sinner sure to keep the no.2

Thanks to the semi-final, Sinner is sure of maintaining 2nd place in the ranking. Even if he won the tournament, however, he still couldn’t become n.1. Tsitsipas, by winning the semi-final, would move up to No.9


Doubles, Belgians in the final

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The Belgians Gille/Vliegen reached the doubles final, having eliminated Sinner/Sonego in the first round: Granollers/Zeballos were beaten in two sets


Djokovic-Ruud in the second semifinal

The second semi-final of the tournament will be between the Serbian, world no. 1, and the Norwegian


Sinner-Tsitsipas for the final

The No. 2 and No. 12 in the ATP rankings face off: the final of the Principality’s Masters 1000 is up for grabs. The Greek leads head-to-head 5-3, but Jannik has won the last two matches played. On the pitch no earlier than 1.30pm.


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