Jannik Sinner makes history with stunning Australian Open comeback

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On 28th January 2024, Jannik Sinner made history by pulling off a remarkable comeback from two sets down to defeat Daniil Medvedev 3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 in the Australian Open men’s final. The fourth-seeded Sinner went into the match having lost only one set, but found himself at a major disadvantage when Medvedev quickly secured a two-set advantage. Sinner showed incredible resilience and determination, prevailing in a grueling battle that lasted 3 hours and 44 minutes.

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This marked the first career major title for Sinner, while Medvedev became the first person in Grand Slam history to lose multiple finals after winning the first two sets. “I was in a little bit of trouble today at two sets to one down in a little over an hour,” said Sinner. “So I just tried to stay positive, trying to stick to the game plan, which I had to adjust a little bit. Daniil is an incredible player and showed also again he is an incredible fighter.”

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Sinner is now just the second Italian man to win a Grand Slam, following in the footsteps of Adriano Panatta who won the French Open in 1976. After his remarkable victory, Sinner expressed how he felt pressure in the moments he was down two sets, and how handling adversity on the big stage has made him “extremely happy.”

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On the other hand, Medvedev described this year’s Australian Open as “by far” the most taxing tournament he has ever played. “I got a little tired physically, but [in] every other match before, my opponents didn’t manage to take advantage of it,” expressed Medvedev. “During the match, every time it was the same story, after two sets, my energy level dropped, was dropping because I didn’t have a perfect sleep, I was playing long before.”

Following his breakthrough win, Sinner will retain his world No. 4 ranking, while Medvedev will hold the No. 3 slot.

Summery :

– Jannik Sinner makes an incredible comeback from two sets down to defeat Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open men’s singles final
– It is the first major title for Sinner and an unwanted record for Medvedev, who became the first person in Grand Slam history to lose multiple finals after winning the first two sets
– This was a bittersweet tournament for Medvedev, who lost in the finals despite a marathon tournament in which he played the most sets of any player at a major
– Following his win, Sinner will retain his world No. 4 ranking, while Medvedev holds the No. 3 slot

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