Thiem Will Look For His First Masters 1000 Title In Miami

◼️ The 24-year-old Austrian won in straight set to Kevin Anderson and advanced to his second final. Zverev, Shapovalov’s executioner, will be his rival.

Dominic Thiem won 6-4 and 6-2 against South African Kevin Anderson and agreed to the Masters 1000 final in Madrid, on his second chance at the Magic Box to win a title of this category in the ATP circuit.

The rival of the Austrian, 24 years old, will be the German Alexander Zverev, who defeated 6-4 and 6-1 the Canadian Denis Shapovalov and, in his case, goes for his third trophy of this kind (already won Rome and Montreal).

Both are great players in brick dust, Thiem has great power for long rallies and the young German has a good physical condition to sustain the bombing of the Austrian. A key at the end of this Sunday will be the mentality, in which a priori, Zverev takes advantage. However, Dominic comes down to Nadal and is in a great moment on his preferred surface.

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