Published: Sat, October 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Point penalty causes Roger Federer to lose his cool

Point penalty causes Roger Federer to lose his cool

Hard court data this year shows the duo having nearly identical service points won numbers, but Medvedev winning nearly 7% more return points - a huge advantage - and given that he's had historical success against Tsitsipas in their previous meetings, all of which are from 2018 onwards, there's a strong case to suggest he's value for a small stake at market lines.

"The most important thing is to keep it going as long as I can". Medvedev and Berrettini are 23, Tsitsipas is 21 and Zverev is 22.

"This was a much different match than playing against Roger (Federer yesterday)", Zverev said.

Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece reacts as he plays against Daniil Medvedev of Russian Federation in their men's singles semifinals match at the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament at Qizhong Forest Sports City Tennis Center in Shanghai, China, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. "I have to say it's a compliment [for people] to say [I will be the next big name after Novak, Rafa and Roger], and I'm happy about it because [it is] my results that make people talk in this way", said Medvedev.

"Positions have changed a little bit so I think I can contest him right now".

Djokovic, Nadal, Federer, Medvedev, Thiem and Tsitsipas have booked their places for the ATP Finals, with two spots still up for grabs for the tournament in London.

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"[Stefanos] had the high-quality tennis and he played very well after his serve", the Serb added on the ATP Tour website.

The two youngest Masters champions will collide in the Shanghai final Sunday in China.

In the second round, Novak took down Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 6-3 in 70 minutes, dropping eight points on serve and taking nearly half of the return points to dominate all the time, breaking Denis three times and moving over the top to set the third-round clash with John Isner.

Tsitsipas smacked the ball out of the court in a rage before Medvedev sealed the match in the 12th game of the second set. "I thought he took really a lot of good decisions, and he was super fast on his feet today, which I think made it really hard for me to get my freebies and winners off the baseline".

"He's definitely playing the best tennis of his life". Medvedev is aware that he will need to break new ground to get his hands on the Shanghai trophy, but that challenge is something the World No. 4 has become rather accustomed to in recent months.

Those names are modern greats in Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

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