Everything is easy for Jannik Sinner in his first participation in the Indian Wells Masters1000 (California, US). Indeed, South Tyrol dominated the scene in their second round match against Australian John Millman (#58 ATP) 6-2 6-2 in just 1 hour 14 minutes.
After Sofia’s victory, our standard-bearer approached the California championship in the best possible way, setting up a one-way match in which the different ball speed between the players was largely in favor of Yannick Sener. Thus, the blue enters with great force in the third round, where it will face the winner of the challenge between American John Isner and Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka.
And his words at the end of the meeting confirm the goodness of his meeting today: “Today I played really well – South Tyrol confirms during post-match ritual interview – I’ve been good at minimizing errors with forehand and backhand strokes, and basically, I’ve always felt comfortable on the pitch.”
Number 14 in the world and number 10 on the board continues his analysis after beating Millman: “After winning in Sofia I was able to compete A week of training here at Indian Wells. So I managed to prepare for the tournament in the best possible way, with all the difficulties. A very important aspect for me. Now under the next round, where I will find a tough opponent.”
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