Jannik Sinner sweeps Grigor Dimitrov aside to win Miami Open

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  • Italian beats Bulgarian 6-3, 6-1 in one-sided final
  • Title win lifts Sinner to No 2 in world rankings

In the hours after Jannik Sinner’s Australian Open triumph, the Italian was still digesting his life-changing achievement as he spoke with the media. Most players in his position may have just allowed themselves a second to relax and enjoy the moment, but even with the trophy still in his hands, Sinner was already thinking of the future: “I know that I have to work even harder, because the opponents, they will find the way to beat me and I have to be prepared,” he said.

It has come as no surprise, then, that Sinner has used his first major title as a springboard to greater heights and he continues to perform at an astounding, consistent level. Sinner closed off his immaculate early hardcourt season by completely outplaying Grigor Dimitrov, the 11th seed, easily winning 6-3, 6-1 to clinch his second Masters 1000 title at the Miami Open.

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Written by Tumaini Carayol
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