Surprise in the Montecarlo masters with the n.1 in the world eliminated by Medvedev in three sets. Sonego out with Lajovic. Live has Nadal, then Fognini in the late afternoon against Coric

Resounding elimination for Novak Djokovic, winner in 2013 and 2015! The No. 1 in the world, comes out in the quarterfinals against the 23-year-old Russian Daniil Medvedev, number 14 in the world at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, third seasonal 1000 and the first on earth, with a prize pool of 5,207,405 euro

Medvedev beats the Serb for the first time in four matches: After a first set filled with errors (at the end of the match 47 will be against the 21 of the Russian), Nole has recovered in the second, taking advantage of a fall of the rival who also has problems to the adductors. On the third part, the number 1 in the world is literally eclipsed from the match, finding itself under 4-1 without managing to recover against Medvedev who wins 6-4 4-6 6-2. He will face Dusan Lajovic who stopped Lorenzo Sonego’s adventure. The Piedmontese number 96 of the world ranking, which has already gained 30 positions in this tournament, opened the program against Serbian number 48 Atp, which surprisingly eliminated Austrian Dominic Thiem. Sonego fight but the first set goes to the Serbian driving after the first partial 6-4 after 46 minutes.

In the second set, with a strong wind to annoy the players hit by sand gusts, Lorenzo undergoes a break in the opening but recovers tearing the Serbian service in the sixth game. He keeps Sonego’s service with his nails and teeth in the ninth game to take 5-4 with Lajovic to serve. The Serbian falls slightly and the Turin player finds himself with a break ball which is also a fundamental set point to lengthen the life and go to the third but does not take the opportunity. The Serbian makes another break and closes 7-5 for the first semi-final in a 1000 of career.

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