At the Paris Rolex Masters 2021 day 3, Alexander Zverev, Olympic champion in Tokyo, needs a super performance to beat Grigor Dimitrov 6-3 7-6 (4).
Daniil Medvedev, in the challenge with Ilya Ivashka, goes rather easily at 5-1, but he finds himself without a valid reason at 5-5.
The 7-5 final is the son of a super partial of 8-1 and the 6-4 that seals the victory, thanks to a single break that engages at the start and which also maintains thanks to almost 90% of the points with the first of service.
Gael Monfils wins the derby with Adrian Mannarino in comeback and returns to the top sixteen under the roof of Paris. The two-time finalist of the tournament will face Novak Djokovic, who has prevailed in the previous seventeen leaving the misery of nine sets on the road.
Marcos Giron beats Diego Schwartzman and enters a collision course with Carlos Alcaraz, fresh from the success with Jannik Sinner. Three surprises are not included in the 6-2 6-4 that Sebastian Korda grabs in just over ninety minutes against Marin Cilic.