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Sinner Wins 0-2 → 3-2 Against Medvedev

Sinner Wins 0-2 → 3-2 Against Medvedev
Sinner Wins 0-2 → 3-2 Against Medvedev... Australian Open Championship

Sinner, 22, is the youngest men's singles champion since Djokovic, 20, in 2008.
Jannik Sinner (4th place, Italy) won the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis tournament (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars, about 76.1 billion won), going from 0-2 down to a 3-2 victory. 먹튀검증
Sinner defeated Daniil Medvedev (3rd place, Russia) 3-2 (3-6 3-6 6-4 6-4 6-3) in the men's singles final on the last day of the tournament held in Melbourne, Australia on the 28th.
Sinner, who decorated the singles final of a major tournament for the first time in his career with a dramatic comeback, received 3.15 million Australian dollars in prize money and 2.77 billion won in Korean currency.
The first time a player other than Roger Federer (retired, Switzerland), Rafael Nadal (446th, Spain), and Novak Djokovic (1st, Serbia) won the Australian Open men's singles was Stan Wawrinka (56th, Switzerland) in 2014.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Thinner.
Born in 2001, Sinner became the youngest men's singles champion at the Australian Open since Novak Djokovic, who won at the age of 20 in 2008.
However, in the world rankings announced on the 29th, the order of 1st place Djokovic, 2nd place Carlos Alcaras (Spain), 3rd place Medvedev, and 4th place Sinner will remain the same, with no change in the top ranks.
The most recent example of a player winning the first or second sets in the singles final of a major tournament also occurred at the 2022 Australian Open.
At that time, Nadal won a 3-2 (2-6 6-7<5-7> 6-4 6-4 7-5) victory over Medvedev.
Sinner's momentum in defeating Djokovic 3-1 (6-1 6-2 6-7<6-8> 6-3) in the semifinals ultimately led to his first major victory.
Sinner allowed a break early in the first and second sets, falling to a 0-2 set score.
Jannik Sinner, who had been severely defeated, revived his serve in the third set, and Medvedev's forehand errors were frequent, changing the flow of the game.
Sinner's first serve success rate in the first set was 54% (15/28), but improved to 68% (19/28) in the third set, and conversely, Medvedev's first serve success rate was 86% (19/22) in the first set and 3rd set. It plummeted to 50% (15/30).
Medvedev, who played 5-set matches four times out of the seven matches in this tournament, including the final, seemed to be under a lot of physical strain toward the latter half of the match.
Sinner marched to the quarterfinals without losing a set, and lost his first set to Djokovic in the semifinals.
The total of 31 sets played by Medvedev in this tournament is the record for the most sets played in a single major tournament since 1968, when professional players were allowed to participate in major tournaments.
In addition, Medvedev's struggling figure was noticeable as he conceded a point after 39 rallies in the early part of the 5th set.
In the end, Sinner broke Medvedev's serve game at 3-2 in the 5th set and became the winner in a close match that lasted 3 hours and 44 minutes.
Medvedev finished second in the third final of the Australian Open, following 2021 and 2022.
His only major win is the 2021 US Open.
On this day, Chung Eui-sun, Chairman of Kia Hyundai Motor Group, the main sponsor of the competition, visited the stadium in person.
Sinner Wins 0-2 → 3-2 Against Medvedev

Sinner Wins 0-2 → 3-2 Against Medvedev


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