Nick Kyrgios wins to arrange Daniil Medvedev conflict in Montreal

Published:Mar 10, 202422:36
Nick Kyrgios wins to arrange Daniil Medvedev conflict in Montreal

Nick Kyrgios saved his latest sizzling streak alive with a 6-4 6-4 win over Sebastian Baez on the Canadian Open on Tuesday to arrange a mouthwatering second-round showdown with world primary Daniil Medvedev.

The Australian was removed from his finest and even suffered a uncommon break of serve however his booming serve and thunderous forehand in the end overpowered the Argentine.

Kyrgios has received 13 of his final 14 matches together with his solely loss coming by the hands of Novak Djokovic within the Wimbledon remaining in June.

Kyrgios and Medvedev each entered the Masters 1000 event in Montreal after notching titles at U.S. Open tune-up occasions.

Kyrgios received the Citi Open in Washington D.C. for a second time final weekend whereas Medvedev didn't drop a set en path to lifting the trophy in Los Cabos.

“Medvedev is coming from a title too and he's the primary on the earth,” mentioned Kyrgios, who holds a 2-1 head-to-head lead over the Russian.

“It’s not just like the rankings imply an excessive amount of because the man I performed right this moment is ranked forward of me. However Medvedev is a machine.”

Kyrgios is presently ranked 37 on the earth however could be greater if rating factors had been handed out at this 12 months’s Wimbledon. Baez is quantity 32.

In different first-round motion, Frenchman Gael Monfils returned to the ATP Tour after a three-month break with a 7-6(4) 3-6 6-2 win over Pedro Martinez and can subsequent face American Maxime Cressy, who was a 6-4 6-4 winner over Aslan Karatsev.

Alex de Minaur, Dan Evans, Marin Cilic, Tommy Paul and Grigor Dimitrov had been amongst different first-round winners on Tuesday.

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