It’s when the air will get thinner that you just see what’s in your abdomen. At 23, Casper Ruud has confirmed to himself that he can preserve climbing. On the evening of Wednesday to Thursday, the Norwegian, eighth on the ATP, gained in three units (6-3, 1-6, 6-3) towards Alexander Zverev within the quarter-finals of the Masters 1000 in Miami.
Faced with the fourth on the earth who had not been profitable up to now (only one set gained within the final two conferences), Ruud was probably the most aggressive, notably taking the web by storm. “It’s obviously an exciting night and the biggest win of my career so far.”he blurted out.
With this success, the Norwegian joined for the fourth time in his profession the semi-finals of a Masters 1000 after these of Rome, Monte-Carlo and Madrid, all on clay and all misplaced.
This time, on laborious and towards Francisco Cerundolo, a shock opponent at this stage of the competitors, Ruud has a fantastic alternative to go up one other step. “Let’s see if I can build on what I’ve learned from the previous three semi-finals and see if I can turn things around and make fourth time lucky.”he mentioned when he left the court docket.