Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev they played a grand final of ATP Finals in London. The Russian beat the Austrian by 4-6, 7-6 (2) and 6-4 and raised his first ATP Finals title.
During the first set, the Austrian took a lot of advantage with the success in his second serve (100% against 73% of the Russian) and taking advantage of only chance of break that he had in the fifth game.
At second set, both players were very firm with their serves. Medvedev connected eight aces while Thiem performed four. The development of the sleeve was very tight and ended with victory for the Russian in the tiebreak.
In the final sleeve, Medvedev won 16 points receiving against only seven from Thiem, who had no chance to break at any point in the set. The Russian, who broke in a six-chance opportunity he had, was enough with just that break to take the advantage of his rival.
Daniil Medvedev became the second Russian after Nikolay Davydenko in being awarded the ATP Finals. The former tennis player got it in 2009 after beating in the final Juan Martin del Potro by 6-3 and 6-4.