Cilic crushes second seed Medvedev to set up Rublev clash

31/5/2022 12:09:00 AM

Cilic crushes second seed Medvedev to set up Rublev clash

Cilic crushes second seed Medvedev to set up Rublev clash

PARIS : Croatian Marin Cilic did not put a foot wrong as he crushed world number two Daniil Medvedev 6-2 6-3 6-2 in a lopsided contest on Monday to return to the French Open quarter-finals after a gap of four years.The 2014 U.S. Open champion, who was ranked third in 2018, dominated proceedings from the s

LinkedIn PARIS : Croatian Marin Cilic did not put a foot wrong as he crushed world number two Daniil Medvedev 6-2 6-3 6-2 in a lopsided contest on Monday to return to the French Open quarter-finals after a gap of four years.LinkedIn PARIS : Italian Jannik Sinner retired injured from his fourth-round French Open clash against Russian Andrey Rublev after a good start to the match on Monday.LinkedIn Daniil Medvedev, determined not to be remembered for his short-lived stay at world number one, said that he is targeting a return to the top with a stellar showing at the French Open.LinkedIn PARIS: Teenager Coco Gauff reached the quarter-finals of the French Open for the second year in a row when she destroyed Belgian Elise Mertens 6-4 6-0 in the fourth round on Sunday (May 29).

The 2014 U.S.Rublev, the seventh seed, was 2-0 up in the third when Sinner threw in the towel.Open champion, who was ranked third in 2018, dominated proceedings from the start and finished off the contest in an hour and 45 minutes to reach the last eight stage on the Parisian clay for the third time in his career."I for sure want to be there more than two weeks.Russian Medvedev came into the match having won all three previous meetings against the 33-year-old Croatian, seeded 20th, but cut a sorry figure under the lights on Court Philippe Chatrier in their first clash on clay.Source: Reuters.Cilic will next meet another Russian in seventh seed Andrey Rublev for a place in the semi-finals."And I feel like in the previous tournaments this clay season I had some good wins but it wasn't really any outstanding results.

Source: Reuters.I remember Indian Wells.

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