Sinner-Berrettini match show, victory for the South Tyrolean 6-4 6-3. Now Murray is in the round of 16

Jannick Sinner adopts the blue derby against Matteo Berrettini at the ATP tournament in Toronto. The South Tyrolean prevailed in two sets 6:4, 6:3. In the 2nd round of the Masters 1000 in Toronto, the two Blues live up to expectations and liven up a match at the highest level. The opening half hour is balanced, with Berrettini creating the best chances and Sinner being good at neutralizing them. However, in the closing stages of the first set, the Roman was fouled with his serve and forehand, which are usually his strengths, forcing him to retire five games in a row hampering his match. Berrettini approaches the match better with supersonic winners, Sinner staggers but never gives up the game. And in the end, the strength, the mentality of the South Tyrolean is rewarded: after Jannik destroyed seven breakballs in the first set, he uses Matteo’s empty pass to decide the game.

After winning the first set 6-4, the 21-year-old blue’s positive indolence turns to effervescent dominance in the second set: Berrettini surrenders 6-3, but sentiments from his tennis recovery are still positive. Sinner, seventh in the Canadian ATP Masters 1000 tournament, remains unbeaten in direct games with his compatriots and is now expected at the Murray test: The Scot beat Purcell on the Italian night and enjoyed the round of 16, for Berrettini it was instead The search for form and continuity from injuries seen in recent months will continue next week at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.


Matthew Berretini

Jannik Sinner commented on the victory: “It was a very difficult match. Both he and I served very well: every point in the service games was important. He might have had a few more chances in the first set, but I tried in the second.” Stay there and he gave me something. Good game from me. However, it’s nice to see Matteo back to health and ready to compete.” The numbers show that Berrettini’s serve made no difference: both he and Sinner hit 10 aces against 2 double faults and Sinner conceded slightly more on his first serve (83rd minute). % to 79%) than with the second (55% to 47%). ). The South Tyrolean also saved all seven breakballs that he received and was clearly superior with the return. For Sinner there are 23 winners against 7 unjustified errors on the game report sheet: Berrettini’s record is 21 against 11.

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