Rising Italian star Jannik Sinner admitted that it was not at all easy to play against Kazakhstani Alexander Bublik in the Miami Masters. Sinner, seed no. 21, defeated Bublik, seed no.
32, in straight sets and with a score of 7-6 (5) 6-4. He thus reached his first semi-final at the Miami Masters. Sinner was broken in the first set and was also 5-3 behind in the tie-break, but recovered to win a tight first set.
The Italian was also trailing by a break in the second set, but came back again to make a victory with straight set. “We had an uprising in Dubai two weeks ago.
It was difficult here today too, “Sinner told Tennis Channel. It was strange today. He was a game changer … I’ve never played that kind of game, to be honest … I just tried to stay there, to stay in the game and I’m happy with my performance today. “
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“It is [difficile de garder sa concentration contre Bublik] because, the moment you think you’re playing well, it’s doing something to suppress your rhythm, ‘said Sinner.
“It’s weird because he has great hands and I think he’s one of the most talented guys. He can do whatever he wants with the ball. A game against him can change. Very fast.”
Sinner was the first player to reach the semifinals of the Miami Masters and he then played against Roberto Bautista Agut who defeated Daniil Medvedev. “I’m very happy to be able to play another game here in Miami,” Sinner said.
“I think both players [Medvedev et Bautista-Agut] are very, very difficult players to make. With Medvedev in ATP Head2Head I am 0-2 and with Roberto I won a very difficult match in Dubai two weeks ago.
it will be a very interesting game and I think they will see a very high level tonight, “Sinner commented on the match between Medvedev and Bautista-Agut.