De Minaur

Alex De Minaur’s stellar start of the 2024 season continues as he became Australia’s top-ranked player with 19 out of 20 wins in his singles matches. He is now advancing to the Miami Open round-of-16 showdown where he will face Hungarian hitman Fabian Marozsan. 

Despite the windy weather, De Minaur defeated Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany with a score of 7-6 (7-3) 6-4, needing just one break point despite making only 48 percent of his first serves.

He is still one victory ahead of two other players in the top 10 this year, Jannik Sinner and Casper Ruud.

De Minaur – keep my head

De Minaur won in one hour and forty-nine minutes, finishing the match with composure and serving through five deuces to gain a 5-3 lead in the second set.  “I just tried to keep my head and keep composure. I was able to get a little bit lucky in big points today,” De Minaur admitted. 

He is now preparing to battle Marozsan, who defeated Alexei Popyrin of Australia in straight sets 7-5 6-3. “He’s a hell of a player, he’s playing great and he’s super-dangerous,” De Minaur acknowledged.

He turned professional in 2015 and has since achieved notable success on the ATP Tour. De Minaur has won several ATP singles titles and has represented Australia in various international competitions, including the Davis Cup.

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Source: Yahoo Sports

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