Hurkacz meets Sinner in a very young final

The 24-year-old Pole stopped Rublev in just under an hour and a half and will face the Italian, 19. It will be his first title match at a Masters 1,000.

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Polish Hubert Hurkacz reached the final of the Miami Masters 1000 after beating Russian Andrei Rublev, fourth seed, 6-3, 6-4 and will dispute the title against Italian Jannick Sinner who previously beat Spanish Roberto Bautista (5-7, 6-4 and 6-4) .

The ambition and progression of the 24-year-old player from Wroclaw, currently ranked 37th in the ranking, slowed the momentum of the Russian, the most fit tennis player on the circuit in recent months. Hurkacz took an hour and 27 minutes to get rid of Rublev for the second time, whom he had already beaten in Rome last year on clay.

The Polish tennis player faces the most important challenge of his career. Winner in Delray Beach this year and in Winston Salem two ago, in the only finals he has played in his career, he aspires to the third but most relevant success.

The executioner of Greek Stafanos Tsitsipas, second seed, and Rublev, fourth, will now play the title against the young Jannik Sinner who beat Spanish Roberto Bautista in the other semifinal.



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