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Davidovich falls to De Miñaur and remains final in Toronto

The Australian with a Spanish mother and Uruguayan father Alex De Minaur qualified this Saturday for the first final of his career in a Masters 1000, beating Alejandro Davidovich from Malaga by 6-1 y 6-3 in a match marked by strong wind on the central court of the tournament of Toronto.

The Canadian Masters 1000, which lost Carlos Alcaraz on Friday, kept Davidovich as the last Spanish member, but De Miñaur confirmed the very high level of tennis shown this week, in which he was able to beat the russian Daniil Medvedev, and he eliminated him with authority in one hour and 17 minutes.

De Minaur, 24 years old and champion in Acapulco this course, will play the final against the winner of the duel between Tommy Paul and the Italian Jannik Sinner.

The Australian is already sure of reaching thirteenth place in the ranking, the best ever for him.

Davidovich was one step away from the second final of his career in a Masterrs 1000, after which he lost last year in Monte Carlo against the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas. Despite this, next Monday he will go from 37th to 23rd position in the ranking, the best result of his career.

This Saturday De Miñaur dominated from start to finish and it took just half an hour to take the first set 6-1.

The Australian knew how to live better with the strong wind of Toronto, while Davidovich obviously suffered to control the ball.

In addition, after starting the second set with two breaks against (0-3), the Spaniard tried to give himself a chance with some great games to the rest, but despite getting two breaks, De Miñaur responded immediately and was able to close his round pass with a definitive 6-3.

2023-08-12 22:19:08
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