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Bianca Andreescu Dominates To Reach US Open Last 16

Bianca Andreescu thrashed Greet Minnen to reach the last 16 at the US Open.



The Canadian dominated her Belgian opponent in a match that lasted only one hour and seven minutes

Bianca Andreescu for the second time in her career is into the round of 16 at the US Open after beating the lucky loser Greet Minnen in straight sets 6-1, 6-2 in 67 minutes hitting 15 winners in the win.

“I think my serve has improved a lot and it showed because she didn’t break my serve the entire match and I think that’s the first match where I didn’t get broken and to me, it feels really great because all the work in practice is paying off.”

The first two games went with serve but it was actually the Belgian with the first breakpoint of the match but the world number seven managed to save it and would break serve the following game to take a 3-1 lead.

She kept pushing and applying pressure on the Minnen serve and broke again to get that double break lead and serve out the first set in 23 minutes flat.

The number six seed continued to dominate and earned a breakpoint in the first game of the second set and broke her serve again with a powerful forehand winner.

In the next game, the world number 104 tried to bounce back and earned three chances to break back but the Toronto native saved all three and was able to consolidate the break.

The very next game Andreescu managed to earn two more breakpoints and broke once again for another double break lead and that was enough for her to serve out the match.

After the match, she was asked in her on-court interview how pleased she was to be back in the second week of a grand slam.

“The goal was to get by the first week and I did that I am super grateful and I am really trying to look at process goals, not just results and now that I got by the first week it’s time to get by the second week.”

Andreescu is currently on a 10 match winning streak since winning the title back in 2019 and she will try to extend that on Monday as she will face the winner of the match between Petra Kvitova and Maria Sakkari.

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(VIDEO) What A Weekend For Italian Tennis!

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta looks back on this week’s action on the ATP Tour.



Jannik Sinner – ATP Halle 2024 (foto via Twitter @atptour)

It has been a memorable Sunday for Italian tennis with the country winning two titles on the ATP Tour. 

In Halle, world No.1 Jannik Sinner claimed his first trophy on the grass with a hard-fought two-set win over Hubert Hurkacz. There was also success in the doubles tournament with top seeds Simone Bolelli and Andrea Vavassori winning the title. Meanwhile, in London, Lorenzo Musetti was unable to make it a hatrick of wins for his country after losing in the final of the Cinch Championships to Tommy Paul.  

So how much can be read into these wins and should we be expecting similar results at Wimbledon which begins a week tomorrow? 

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Jannik Sinner reaches the first grass final of his career in Halle



Jannik Sinner overcame Zhang Zhizhen 6-4 7-6 (7-3) to reach the first final of his career on grass at the Terra Wortmann in Halle. Sinner achieved his best result on this surface when he reached the semifinal at Wimbledon in 2023. 

Sinner will face a final against his friend Hubert Hurkacz, who beat Alexander Zverev 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 in the first semifinal. The Italian player converted his only break point in the ninth game and fended off the only break point he faced at 5-6 in the second set with a forehand winner, one of his winners of the match. 

The Italian player earned an early mini-break to take a 2-0 lead. Zhang Zhizhen pulled the mini-break back. Sinner earned two mini-breaks in the fourth and eighth points to win the tie-break 7-3. Sinner won the first of the four tie-breaks he played this week.

Sinner finished the match in straight sets after clinching three consecutive three-set wins at the start of his campaign at this year’s edition of the Terra Wortmann in Halle. 

The world number 1 player won three titles on hard court at the Australian Open, Rotterdam and Miami this year. 

“It means a lot. I had four tough matches to go to the final. It was a good match today. Definitely more rallies than yesterday. And that’s definitely what I needed today. I am happy and let’s see what’s coming tomorrow”, said Sinner.  

Earlier this week Zhang Zhizhen had previously beaten Danil Medvedev in the second round and came back from 2-5 down to beat Christopher Eubanks in the quarter finals. 

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Hubert Hurkacz beats Alexander Zverev to reach the second final of his career in Halle



Hubert Hurkacz moved past this year’s Roland Garros finalist Alexander Zverev 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 in 1 hour and 33 minutes to reach the second final of his career at the Terra Wortmann in Halle. Hurkacz will be aiming to win the second title of his career at this tournament two years after his triumph. 

Hurkacz fired 17 aces and saved all four break points he faced in the first game of the opening set to clinch his fifth top 10 win on grass. The Pole won 81% of his first serve points. 

The first set went on serve en route to the tie-break. Hurkacz earned two mini-breaks to win the tie-break 7-2. Hurkacz his only break in the third game of the second set to win the second set 6-4. 

“I really love grass. The game suits my game and the atmosphere here, having the full crowd is incredible. It brings so much joy to the players”, said Hurkacz. 

Hurkacz improved to 1-3 in his head-to-head matches against Zverev. The Polish player will aim to clinch the ninth ATP Tour title of his career in his 11th ATP Tour final. 

Hurkacz won the Halle tournament in 2022 and reached the semifinal at Wimbledon in 2021. 

Zverev holds a record of 37 wins to 11 defeats this season. 

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