Sinner enjoys double success over Djokovic, leads Italy to Davis Cup final
Jannik Sinner's impressive win over Novak Djokovic sends Italy to Davis Cup final
Italian Jannik Sinner defeated Novak Djokovic twice in one day in Malaga, bringing Italy into the Davis Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Serbia. The country, which won the trophy for the first time in 1976, will face Australia on Sunday. Sinner and Lorenzo Sonego defeated Djokovic and Miomir Kecmanovic in the final doubles, securing the victory after Kecmanovic upset Lorenzo Musetti in the opener.
Italy into Davis Cup final after Sinner’s stunning comeback sees off Djokovic
Serbia lose 2-1 after Sinner beats world No 1 6-2, 2-6, 7-5Djokovic loses from triple match point up for first timeThe Davis Cup has a way of marking pivotal moments in a player’s career, unlocking qualities that can sometimes only be accessed while enduring the pressure of carrying the hopes of an entire team, not merely your own. As a raucous crowd inside Málaga’s Palacio de los Deportes chanted his name, Jannik Sinner seemed to take a signifi…
Davis Cup: Sinner has last laugh vs Djokovic, beats him twice to send Italy to the final
Italy returned to the Davis Cup final after a gap of 25 years as Jannik Sinner beat Novak Djokovic in both singles and doubles to secure a 2-1 victory over Serbia on Saturday that earned the 1976 champions a title clash with Australia.
Sinner enjoys double success over Djokovic to lead Italy into the Davis Cup final
Jannik Sinner secured back-to-back wins over top-ranked Novak Djokovic in the singles and doubles to lead Italy into the Davis Cup final after rallying past Serbia 2-1 on Saturday.
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