Thiem Defeated Cecchinato And Finally Reaches His First Ever Grand Slam Final

◼️ The 24-year-old tennis player won with partial 7-5, 7-6 (10) and 6-1 and waits for the winner between Nadal and Del Potro.

Dominic Thiem finally succeeded. The Austrian player surpassed the Italian Marco Cecchinato and agreed to the final of Roland Garros, his first in a Grand Slam tournament. The tennis player of 24 years and imposed with partial 7-5, 7-6 (10) and 6-1 in a game in which his rival ran out of gas at the end and ended up succumbing to his power.

Cecchinato, the surprise of the tournament to get between the four best of the main draw, put Thiem in trouble during passages, but unlike his game with Novak Djokovic, the backhand was not so deep what left him almost always on the defensive.

Thiem took control quickly, defended very well how much he had options against and attacked in the lethal moments to achieve what until now is the most important victory of his career. And although he did not have a good percentage of first serves, the Austrian was able to base his game on his powerful right and on the five breaks he had in favor.

Now, Dominic awaits in the final the winner of the duel between the Spanish Rafael Nadal and the Argentine Juan Martin del Potro. Great result for a player who little by little gets into the top of the tennis top, fighting equally with the big stars who have dominated the circuit in recent years.

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