Home / Sports / Medvedev grabs title number six · tennisnet.com

Medvedev grabs title number six · tennisnet.com

Daniil Medvedev has won the ATP Tour 250 tournament in St. Petersburg and thus remains on the road to success. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga returns to his old form with his fourth victory at the ATP Tour 250 tournament in Metz.

by Robert M. Frank

last edited: 22.09.2019, 21:34 Uhr

 Daniil Medvedev "src =" http://www.tennisnet.com/fileadmin/_processed_/4/a/csm_Daniil_Medvedev_ATP_St._Petersburg_2019_GettyImages-1170202928_16x9_ac3ad2c6f8.jpg "width = "756" height = "426" title = "Daniil Medvedev" /> 

<p> © Getty Images </p>
</div><figcaption> Daniil Medvedev </figcaption></figure>
<p> Daniil Medvedev (ATP 4) remains unstoppable as the 23-year-old Russian retreated Borna Coric (ATP 1<div class=
5) did not stop at Borna Coric (ATP 15) in the finals of the $ 1.2 million ATP Tour 250 tournament in St. Petersburg, and the 22-year-old Croatian won the year with 6: 3, 6: 1.  / "style =" "/> </p>
<p> For Medvedev, who had recently reached five finals in a row, success at the indoor hard court tournament in Russia was already the sixth ATP title. The US Open finalist has already won three of them this year (St. Petersburg, Cincinnati and Sofia). The right-handed player from Moscow will not let Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer get in touch with the big three of the world rankings. </p>
<h2> Tsonga back in Top 40 – Struff wins the double </h2>
<p> The 18th ATP title of his career on the Meanwhile, Sunday has collected Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (ATP 61). The 34-year-old Frenchman won in the final of the € 586,140 endowed ATP Tour 250 tournament in Metz against the Serb Aljaz Bedene (ATP 76) with 6: 7 (4), 7: 6 (4), 6: 3. The former world ranking fifth is currently in a good mood and returns to its old form. Tsonga, who has now won four times the indoor hard court tournament in the Moselle, climbs back into the top 40 in the ATP world ranking on Monday. </p>
<p> From the German point of view, there was good news at the Mosel Open. Together with Swede Robert Lindstedt, Warsteiner Jan-Lennard Struff won the double competition. In the final, the German-Swedish duo against the two Frenchmen Nicolas Mahut and Edourad Roger-Vasselin with 2: 6, 7: 6 (19), 10: 4 was successful. </p>
<p> The draw in St. Petersburg </p>
<p> The Draw in Metz </p>
<script async src=
Source link