Miami will host the finals of the tournament and will do so with two players who have shown their best during the American tournament.
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Medvedev before his fifth final in five tournaments
Daniil Medvedev is signing a series of high-level tournaments to the finals in his last five attempts. The Russian was crowned in Rotterdam, Doha, Dubai and reached the final in Indian Wells, where Alcaraz was better than him. Daniil started his Miami campaign with an easy run to the semifinals, where he didn’t drop a set before that. His toughest match was in the quarterfinals against his friend Hachanov, who needed three sets in a high-level match. The final against Sinner will be his most demanding match of the tournament.
Sinner before his second final in Miami
Jannik Sinner will return to the finals of the Miami Masters 1000 for the second consecutive year in an attempt to win the trophy that eluded him last year. Italy’s path has been similar to the Russian one, the first rounds were decided clearly, although the tennis players on the other side of the table have higher standards. Dimitrov, Rublev and Ruusuvuori could not steal the set from the Italian. Already in the semi-finals, his toughest match against Carlos Alcarazi, who gave a great performance and went to the third round. Sinner arrives in good shape to win the championship, but he faces a great competitor.
H2H and match keys
The Russian leads the individual matchup with five wins from five games, a 100% efficiency against the Italian. Daniil is a player who likes to play on the counter-attack and against Sinner he might have a chance to do so. The Italian tries to control the points with his strength and make them as short as possible. Daniil dominates the rally and Jannik has to be very precise to win the shots. It is a high-level tactical battle where the Russian will start as the favorite.