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Locks the ticket to “8” Tsitsipas

After his triumphant victory against Leonardo Mayer, the Greek tennis player managed to qualify for the “16” best of the Miami Open. Stefanos suffered Leonardo Mayer with 6-4, 6-4 in less than 2 hours, securing his ticket for the 4th round of the Miami Masters.

Tsitsipas, despite his intense tiredness, managed to push the pressure and stress, leading to over his opponent and leading with a break early in the race. The Greek champion is one step ahead of the world’s No8 ranking, and his title, with a prerequisite not to become John Isner champion in Miami. In this case, Tsitsipas will automatically be found in No 9.
 

In the 4th round Stefanos Tsitsipas will be confronted by 19-year-old Denis Shapovalov, who is ranked No. 23 in the world ranking so far. The two opponents are relatively well versed in the past. Tsitsipas will claim shortly after midnight at about 1:00 today, the Canadian victory Denis Shapovalov at the Grandstand of the Miami Open.

Source: tennis.com/ATPtour.com
Photo credits: livetennis.com

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