Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open 1

Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open 1

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.

The final match started in a way that many people did not expect, when the player whose performance was rated lower, Medvedev, dominated Sinner.

Sinner lay on the field at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne after scoring the winning score in the final match on January 28.

The pressure of reaching the Grand Slam final for the first time caused Sinner to enter the competition poorly.

In sets one and two, Medvedev was also in high form when almost all of his shots went into the most dangerous spots on the court.

The signs of Sinner’s return came at the end of the second set, when he won two games in a row from being down 1-5, then missed the break-point and could not shorten the score to 4-5.

The opportunity came to Sinner in the opponent’s deciding game in the third set.

Medvedev, after exerting all his strength in the first two sets, became weaker the more he played.

Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open

Medvedev stopped breathing heavily after a long series of balls with Sinner in the final four set.

Sinner takes off the psychological burden, the more you play, the better you get.

The longer the match lasted, Medvedev understood that his chances were dwindling.

That game of catching the ball was the foundation for Sinner to win 6-3 in the deciding set.

Sinner wins the 2024 Australian Open

Sinner lifts the Norman Brooks trophy for the Australian Open men’s singles champion.

With Medvedev, he set a sad record when he became the first male tennis player to lose two Grand Slam finals after winning two sets.

Match parameters

Sinner

Parameter

Medvedev

14

Ace

11

5

Double error

3

sixty one%

The ball enters the field

68%

74%

Win the ball point one

76%

54%

Win the second ball point

45%

4/9

Take advantage of Break-points

December 4

50

Winner

44

49

Defeat yourself

57

142

total score

141

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