Frances Tiafoe of the United States is on a run in the Vienna Open. Tiafoe overcame Jannik Sinner in an enthralling semi-finals match after coming back from a set down.
Sinner, on the other hand, appeared to be dissatisfied with how the Americans celebrated his victory. Tiafoe, on the other hand, has no remorse.
Tiafoe is in the finals of the Vienna Open, where he has a chance to win his second ATP singles title. With the kind of effort, he’s put in during the contest, the American has a good chance of winning the championship.
Frances Tiafoe reacts to Sinner
Despite trailing by one set, Frances Tiafoe destroyed Jannik Sinner in the Vienna Open semi-finals. The Italian cruised to a 6-3 victory in the first set.
Tiafoe, on the other hand, had other ideas, as he dominated the remaining sets to secure his place in the competition’s finals.
Sinner poked fun at Tiafoe’s joy during the post-game press conference.
“In my opinion Tiafoe, he exaggerated today, he did too much. One thing is when you do the show, the other is when there is no more respect.
“I don’t know what happened, but today I think it went a little further.”
#Tiafoe: “Beh, il pubblico è lì per un motivo ed io posso interagirci. Jannik ha avuto la chance di vincere il match, io poi ho iniziato a giocare un grande tennis e mi sono divertito. Non mi sento in colpa”. pic.twitter.com/3BxLpuET1U— Lorenzo Ercoli (@Ladal17) October 30, 2021
“Well, the audience is there for a reason and I can interact with them. Jannik had the chance to win the match, then I started playing great tennis and I enjoyed it. I don’t feel guilty,” Tiafoe said.
Tiafoe has advanced to the final of the Vienna Open after defeating Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals. Alexander Zverev, the World No. 4, will be Tiafoe’s opponent.
Throughout the match, the German has been in excellent form, smashing players like Felix Auger-Aliassime and Carlos Alcaraz.
Both players have shown their best tennis in the competition, so it should be an exciting match to watch. While Tiafoe will be competing for the first time, Alexander Zverev will be aiming for his third ATP championship of the year and his 18th overall.