Sinner risks but also stops the undisciplined Rune: Tsitsipas is in the semi-final in Monte Carlo


By John

Jannik Sinner goes to the semifinals at the Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo. The Italian defeated Danish Holger Rune 6-4, 6-7, 6-3. Great Sinner who doesn't fall into the trap this time: Rune had thrown her into trouble once again. The Dane had the match temporarily suspended after arguing with the referee. The Dane was reprimanded for “silencing” the public. The referee called him back and warned him. Rune at that point asked the supervisor to intervene and sat down, interrupting the meeting. However, the supervisor confirmed the referee's decisions and the match resumed. But Sinner wasn't surprised this time. In the semi-final he will meet Tsitsipas.

«It took a lot to win. It's never easy to play and win, I'm happy with the result. It's a shame I didn't take advantage of the match point in the second set, but I stayed in the match”: so hot Jannik Sinner, comments on the victory over Holger Rune and the passage to the semifinals in Monte Carlo, where tomorrow he will face the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas. «Physically it was tough, now I need to rest for tomorrow- he added- It was a physical match, with lots of exchanges. The sensations are good and I'm confident ahead of tomorrow. I only looked at myself, it can happen on the pitch. I don't see anything wrong, it can create chaos. It's part of the learning process, I've grown again. I concentrated on the match. Tsitsipas is playing well, let's see what we can do tomorrow”, concluded Sinner.