Brutal Daniil Medvedev powers past Marton Fucsovics to win Sofia Open
Daniil Medvedev continued his fine recent breakthrough with a solid 6-4, 6-3 win over Hungary’s Marton Fucsovics to claim the Sofia Open title.
The Russian has been in fine form of late, impressing at the French Open and reaching the final in Brisbane so far this year after claiming three ATP Tour titles in 2018.
He was at his devastating best as he bullied his way past a helpless Fucsovics on Sunday.
— Sofia Open (@sofiaopentennis) 11 February 2019
“I’m happy to win the title – this is what I came here for,” said Medvedev.
“I was the better player today and I deserved to win. This title gives me a lot of confidence.”
Medvedev will head to Rotterdam next as he attempts to maintain his momentum and break into the world top ten this season.
More from Tennis365:
Toronto Masters: How to watch Emma Raducanu vs Camila Giorgi
Here’s how you can track Emma Raducanu at the Toronto Masters,
Montreal Masters: How to watch Andy Murray vs Taylor Fritz
Andy Murray faces American No 1 Taylor Fritz in the opening round of the Montreal Masters.
Silicon Valley Classic: Shelby Rogers chasing first title in showdown with Daria Kasatkina
Shelby Rogers will face Russian No 1 Daria Kasatkina in Sunday’s championship match.
Nick Kyrgios on the brink of ending ATP Tour title drought
Nick Kyrgios is one win away from ending his three-year singles title drought.
Daniil Medvedev claims first title of 2022 after downing Cameron Norrie
Medvedev moves up to fifth in the ATP Race To Turin thanks to the 250 points he has banked in Mexico.
Montreal draw: Daniil Medvedev set for nightmare opener against Nick Kyrgios
Taylor Fritz faces Andy Murray in one of the highlights of the first round.
Los Cabos: Cameron Norrie eye on third ATP Tour title of 2022
The British number one battled to a 6-4 3-6 6-3 victory in the semi-finals.
Citi Open: Nick Kyrgios marches on as Dan Evans is upset
Nick Kyrgios is chasing a repeat of 2019 and a first title since his last DC Triumph.
Toronto draw: Stacked top quarter could be seeds graveyard
The Toronto Masters has no soft paths to glory.