Cicipas the first finalist of the Masters in Rome

Greek tennis player Stefanos Cicipas is the first semifinalist of the Masters in Rome, as he defeated German Alexander Zverev 4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 3 today after a reversal. The match between Cicipas and Zverev, the world’s fifth and third tennis player, lasted almost two and a half. hours. It was the 12th duel between Cicipas and Zverev and the eighth victory of the Greek tennis player.

Cicipas will fight for the third masters title on Sunday with the winner of the second semifinal, in which the world’s first tennis player Novak Djokovic and Norwegian Kasper Rud will meet later today.

In the first set, only one break was seen, ie only one break ball, which was realized by Zverev in the seventh game and which was enough for him to take the lead with 1: 0 in the sets.

The second set started with a better game of Cicipas, which took the lead with 3: 0, and that one break advantage was preserved until the end of that part of the game and took the match to the deciding set.

Cicipas was the first to reach the break in the third set, he took the lead with 4: 2, and in the ninth game he confirmed the victory and placement in the finals of the Masters in Rome with a new break.

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