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Sinner, 23, Reverses Excitingly… Embrace Australian Open

January 29, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com

Until Medvedev won the first two sets, it seemed that the outcome would be decided easily. On the Australian Open’s live broadcasting site, the probability of Sinner’s victory was 4 percent. However, the Italian rookie who beat Djokovic did not easily raise the white flag. He won the third set 6-4, which was exchanged one game at a time, and swept the third set, generating a come-from-behind victory 마카오카지노주소.

Jannik Sinner (23, No. 4 in the world) has won the title of “Il Tricolore” on the Australian soil. In the men’s singles final of the Australian Open held at Rod Laver Arena on Friday, Sinner beat Daniil Medvedev (28, No. 3) by a set score of 3-2 (3-6 3-6 6-4 6-3) to win the title of the first four major championships. It was a close game that took three hours and 44 minutes. She became the first Italian champion in the history of the Australian Open since 1905.

She showed a talent for soccer and skiing when she was young. At the age of eight, she also won in national skiing competitions by age. Then, she began to focus on tennis when she was 13. She said that she wanted to exercise more freely in individual sports. “I am grateful to my parents for their support.” She defeated Novak Djokovic (37, Serbia, No. 1), who had won 33 consecutive Australian Open titles, 3-1 in the semifinal. She displayed her confidence and led to the final. With her rather slender frame (188 cm, 76 kg), she pressured Medvedev with her high-scoring serve, stroke, and agile physical skills. She was ahead in overall attack indicators, including serve ace (14-11) and winner (50-44), the number of successful attacks. She also recorded errors (49-57). Medvedev admitted her defeat by saying, “Sinnear displayed an outstanding performance today.”

Sinner was the first Australian Open winner born in the 2000s. She also became the winner of the men’s singles “Penazo ′ solo ecosystem” in the Australian Open, which has been going on since 2006. Roger Federer (43, Switzerland, retired), Rafael Nadal (38, Spain, 446th), and Novak Djokovic all won the Australian Open every year from 2006 to last year except 2014. In 2014, Stan Wawrinka (39, Switzerland, 56th) briefly won the Australian Open.

At the men’s doubles final held the previous day, Rohan Bopana of India, who was in a group with Matthew Evdon of Australia, beat Simone Boleli of Italy and Andrea Babasori of Italy 2-0 (7-6<7-0> 7-5) to win the set score. Bopana won her first career doubles crown at a major tennis tournament at the age of 43 and 330 days. In her third major final and 61st appearance, Bopana successfully recorded 61 matches in 60 matches. As she ranks first for the first time in the world rankings of men’s doubles to be announced on Monday, Bopana will break the previous record of 41 years and 76 days. “I’m not 43 years old, I’m 43 ″ in level,” Bopana said in her victory speech.

In the women’s singles final, last year’s champion Aryna Sabalenka (26, Belarus, 2nd) defeated China’s Jung Chin-won (22, 15th) 2-0 (6-3 6-2). Starting with the 2022 U.S. Open, Sabalenka, who has reached the semifinals or higher in the last six major tournaments in a row, achieved her second consecutive Australian Open women’s singles (連霸) in 11 years since Victoria Azaaranka (35, Belarus, 22nd) in 2012 and 2013.

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