The Argentinian tennis player is consuming another important defeat on his way through Monte Carlo. Schwartzman was unable to maintain a good rhythm throughout the match, which is why he had to retire against Jannik Sinner (6-0, 3-1) after 38 minutes of the match.
Diego Schwartzman faced the second match corresponding to the new Masters 1000 tournament in the city of Monte Carlo this April 2023. He did so after advancing in the men’s final tablewhere he would have to face the Italian tennis player in the second round Jannik Sinner. The Argentinian player came into this clash after defeating the Belgian tennis player in his debut David Goffin. The Italian tennis player, on the other hand, entered this match without a first round and was ranked seventh in the tournament list. Indoors against the head there is only one precedent between both tennis playersand it happened in 2021. In that case, European racket would be the winner without giving up a single set.
Jannik Sinner gets the first donut to get the game back on track
The match started strongly for Jannik Sinner. The Italian showed his favorite trademark in this match, showing a series of strikes that damaged the opponent’s game. Sinner’s superiority was so great that he didn’t hesitate to end up punishing Diego’s bad start in the match. For this same reason, Sinner quickly strung together six consecutive games where you would need one point to your advantage. With three service breaks, he didn’t hesitate to end the set after about 22 minutes of play.
Diego Schwartzman is forced to retire due to mild discomfort
At the start of the second period, Diego Schwartzman would start to command the initial score. The Argentine managed to get a tight 40-30. so it seemed to indicate that he wanted to turn around the poor start to the game. Everything would be just an illusion, because the situation would turn upside down for the Italian club. At number 8 on the ATP list, he would begin chaining a total of three consecutive games, including the break, in which case the situation would remain 3-1. Between points, Schwartzman had to elaboratefor a long time, medical help. «Little one» complained of muscle weakness in one of his arms, and mild back pain. Finally, and after playing just 16 minutes of the match, number 37 in the world had to leave the match. This confirmed Jannik Sinner’s entry to the next round of the Monaco tournament.