On October 4, Beijing time, the 2020 French Open will start the men’s singles 1/8 finals. Shinner, born in 2001, defeated No. 6 seed Zverev 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. He entered the Grand Slam quarter-finals for the first time, and he became the first post-00 in history to reach the men's singles quarter-finals in a Grand Slam, and he will compete with Nadal for a semi-final seat.
The 19-year-old Sinner became the youngest player to reach the Grand Slam men’s singles quarterfinals after Tomic at Wimbledon in 2011, and the youngest player to reach the French Open men’s singles quarterfinals after Djokovic in 2006. He is also The first player to reach the quarterfinals after his debut in the French Open in 2005.
In the first set of the game, Sinner broke serve in a straight four-pointer in the fourth inning, and then he saved three break points to secure a 4-1 lead. In the next few games, Sina continued to hold his advantage. In the 9th game, he resolved three break points, and seized the opportunity in his third inventory to take the lead 6-3.
In the second set, Sinner broke serve in the third game and started 3-1. In the next game, Sinner made persistent efforts. He broke serve again in the 9th inning, and went to the next set 6-3.
In the third set, Zverev broke serve as soon as he came up, leading 3-1. Sinner quickly broke back and tied the score at 3 to 3. At the crucial moment after the 4-4 tie, Zverev broke serve again, and then he seized the opportunity in the sixth inventory to win a set 6-4.
In the fourth set, Sinner broke serve as soon as he came up and got a 3-0 perfect start. In the subsequent game, the Italian star continued to maintain the advantage, he did not reveal any flaws, and finally won 6-3.