Shanghai Saimedvedev blocked West Pass from reaching the finals in six consecutive stops

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 Shanghai Saimedvedev blocked West Pass from reaching the finals in six consecutive stops


Russian Nova Medvedev has made outstanding achievements since July. Considering that the Shanghai Masters Competition has reached the final in six consecutive tournaments, he has won 28-3. So far this season, Medvedev ranked first in the ATP with 58 wins. Since last months St. Petersburg game, the Russian Nova has been unbeaten in eight consecutive games and won 16 sets in a row.

Sisypas has lost four previous challenges to Medvedev, but each one can grab a set from his opponent. Today, both sides are guaranteeing development in the first eight games. In the 9th inning, Medvedev mistakenly sent Sisypas three break points in succession. However, the 2nd seed of No. 3 was very bold and Sisypas failed to seize any chance. Medvedev seized the first count in his hand, and the 3rd seed won 7-5 by a narrow margin. Medvedev broke the deadlock early in the second round and gained a 2-1 lead. Sisypus did not give up the resistance easily, the Greek star finally waited for the opportunity in the 10th inning. Medvedev was under pressure to bury the service to win the game, and Sisypas chased the score to 5-5. No. 3 seed immediately launched a counter-attack, Sisipas lost the key service game in the 11th inning, Medvedev succeeded in stifling the opponents counter-attack, Russian Nova won the second game, and set the score at 7-5. Source: Netease Sports Author: Schlecks Editor-in-Charge: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596

Medvedev broke the deadlock early in the second round and gained a 2-1 lead. Sisypas did not give up resistance easily, and the Greek starlet finally waited for his chance in the 10th inning. Medvedev was under pressure to bury the service to win the game, and Sisypas chased the score to 5-5. No. 3 seed immediately launched a counter-attack, Sisipas lost the key service game in the 11th inning, Medvedev succeeded in stifling the opponents counter-attack, Russian Nova won the second game, and set the score at 7-5.