Zwei Jr. wasted 5 points yesterday but still exploded Swiss King Federer, with the first win of the season against Top10, and finally returned to the top four of the Masters after one year, playing against Italian player Bellettini, who reached the semi-finals of Masters for the first time in his career. In the last two years, the two sides have won the MastersChampionship in Rome, each winning one. They are ranked 7th and 8th respectively in the current Championship rankings. They are the closest to London among the six finalists.
Little Zwei takes the initiative by virtue of his advantage in serving. German Nova scored more than 90% in the first set, losing only one point in both first and second rounds, without giving Bellettini any chance. In addition, small Zwei to cash in their own manufacturing of the only break point, and keep the advantage to the end of the plate.
In the second set, Bellettini was still unable to pose a substantial threat to Zweis serve. Despite the decline in scoring rates in both first and second serves, the German novice played seven ace balls in a single set and refused to deliver any break point. Bellettini defused the first three breakout crises he faced at the beginning, but Zvi Jr. broke the deadlock at the crucial moment of the 9th inning. The German starlet won the next game and took only 67 minutes to lock in the qualifications.
For the first time this season, Zwei Junior has reached the final of Masters Match and will compete with No. 3 seed Medvedev for this years championship in Shanghai. Medvedev has eliminated defending champion Djokovics finalist, Sisipaz, and has reached the final in six consecutive tournaments.