Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open 2

Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open 2

Australia's Jannik Sinner won the Grand Slam for the first time, defeating Daniil Medvedev 3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 in the Australian Open final, today, January 28.



Match parameters








Double error


sixty one%

The ball enters the field



Win the ball point one



Win the second ball point



Take advantage of Break-points

December 4





Defeat yourself



total score


Sinner won the Grand Slam for the first time

After allowing his opponent to shorten the score to 3-5 in set five, Sinner held serve to decide the final.

Sinner won the pivotal point, before scoring a winner down the line to end the match with a 3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 victory.

The turning point in the deciding set

Three consecutive mistakes, including two unsafe shots at the net, caused Medvedev to lose 0-40 in the service game.

Sinner led 4-2 thanks to winning the game of catching the ball.

No one has ever won the game of catching the ball in the fifth set

Sinner is still more dominant in the long ball, but Medvedev is also serving well and persistently pursuing.

1-1 set of five

Medvedev was clearly weaker, but determined to help the Russian player hold the first serve game of the set to equalize the score at 1-1.

Sinner won set four

Like set three, Sinner won set four by taking advantage of break-point in the deciding return game.

Sinner scored more winners and made fewer unforced errors than Medvedev in set four.

Sinner saved the break-point

For the first time since the beginning of the third set, Sinner had to save a break point.

Medvedev then also overcame a difficult serve game, with great pressure from Sinner.

Keep the game quick

After a series of difficult games, Medvedev only spent 1 minute and 7 seconds to keep the game and equalize the score 3-3.

Medvedev escaped danger again

Second consecutive serve game in set four Medvedev had to save a break point.

Medvedev saved the break-point

Losing the third set due to losing the deciding game, Medvedev showed signs of mental decline.

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Medvedev is the 13th male player in Open Era history to reach the Australian Open final three times or more.

Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open

Sinner (left) and Medvedev compete for the Australian Open championship today, January 28.

Sinner lost only one set on the way to this year’s Australian Open final.

The two finalists have one thing in common: they did not participate in any warm-up tournament before the Australian Open.

Sinner lost to Medvedev in all six of their first encounters, but shortened the gap in head-to-head scores with two consecutive victories in the ATP 500 finals in Beijing and Vienna in October 2023.

Sinner’s previous biggest title was at the Masters 1000 event in Toronto in August 2023.

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