Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas meet in the Cincinnati Open semi-final on Saturday evening (8pm, UK time).
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Daniil Medvedev was made to work in his quarterfinal showdown with Taylor Fritz; after saving no fewer than six breakpoints (including three setpoints) without creating one, the world number one ran out a 7-6, 6-3 winner. To be fair, the Russian has hasn’t been at his best in Cincinnati but none of his opponents were able to capitalise and even win a set, furthermore Medvedev is proving to be physically hard to keep up with during this summer hardcourt season.In fact, this part of the year is his favourite, Medvedev has reached the final in all four tournaments he entered during this period of the season in 2019 and won his first-ever slam title at the US Open in 2021, dropping one set in the whole campaign. His last Masters title here in Cincinnati came three years ago. His last semi-final appearance in 2021 saw compatriot Andrey Rublev get the better of him even though he did not drop a set up to this stage.
A bitter rivalry will be renewed when Medvedev steps up to face Stefanos Tsitsipas, back in their first meeting (2018 Miami Masters back) the pair were involved in an ugly bust-up at the end of the match. Heading into this game the top-ranked Greek dropped a set for the first time in this campaign against the former runner-up John Isner in the quarterfinal, 7-6, 5-7, 6-3. All of his previous semifinal matches in Masters events this year came against his rival Alexander Zverev, and he won two of them at Monte Carlo (champion) and Rome (runner-up) and lost the other in Madrid. Medvedev leads 7-2 in the head-to-head Medvedev has the clear mental edge in this matchup, and starts as the favourite but his indifferent form and performance give Tsitsipas a chance to succeed this time.