Daniil Medvedev continued his sensational kind to assert his first Miami Open title, beating Jannik Sinner in straight units, 7-5 6-3.
The Miami Open marked his fifth ATP Tour last in as many tournaments, with Medvedev bouncing again from the Indian Wells last defeat two weeks in the past in opposition to Carlos Alcaraz.
This time, the world No 5 was dominant in opposition to Sinner, who was pissed off by Medvedev’s baseline recreation.
Medvedev didn’t face a break level within the match after Sinner created 5 within the fifth recreation of set one, and he served his approach to victory with little resistance, wrapping up the win in a single hour, 34 minutes.
After successful the primary set 7-5, Medvedev secured his fourth title in 5 occasions by successful the second 6-3.
The Russian is now 24-1 prior to now 5 occasions and is 6-0 in opposition to Sinner.
“I am actually completely happy. Right this moment was a tricky match. It was most likely the most popular day and probably the most humid through the day,” Medvedev mentioned.
“It was not straightforward situations. I do not know if Jannik had a small damage or cramp. I used to be additionally struggling, tried to not present it.
“I have never gained such a giant title in most likely a yr and a half,” he added, not having tasted Masters 1000 glory since he gained Toronto in 2021. “On the finish I used to be fairly shaky.
“Not even tight, as a result of I am not scared to win. However nonetheless the fingers get a bit shaky so the serve is a bit bit more durable… I managed to get myself collectively and shut the match.”