Jannik Sinner doesn’t tremble, beats Shelton in three sets and gets his ticket to the Wimbledon quarterfinals against Medvedev


By John

Jannik Sinner doesn’t tremble and gets his ticket to the Wimbledon quarter-finalsThe 22-year-old from Alto Adige, number one in the world and in the draw and semi-finalist a year ago on the courts of the All England Club, beats Ben Sheltonfourteenth seed, for 6-2, 6-4, 7-6 (9) after just over two hours of play. Sinner showed his strength, dominating the first two sets, then had a lapse in the third where he went 0-3 down before placing the counterbreak and then closing the game after also four set points cancelled.

Daniil Medvedev to face Jannik Sinner in the quarterfinals Wimbledon final. The Russian champion, world no. 5, enters the next round almost without playing: his opponent, Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, in fact, gets injured at 5-3 for the Russian and has to abandon. It will be the 12th time that Medvedev and Sinner meet. “Sinner? I know him well by now, it will be tough, we have played many matches, we are both in shape – says Daniil Medvedev – I will have to play my best tennis, I have lost 5 times in a row to him after winning the first six matches. The last time was tough, I lost 6-1 6-2 in Miami, but it will be our first match on grass. It will be interesting, I will prepare him well and I will try to give my 100%”.