Jannik Sinner shakes hands with Holger Rune in a chilly manner.

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After their Monte Carlo Masters semifinal, Holger Rune received a very chilly handshake from Jannik Sinner, and Sinner wasn’t interested in explaining why. Rune had a very chilly handshake at the net after defeating Sinner 1-6 7-5 7-5.

According to The Tennis Letter, Sinner responded, “No, I don’t want to comment.”

The 19-year-old Rune was successful in engaging the fans in the action.

Sinner‘s supporters increased their volume as some began to back Rune more forcefully. It was something that, according to Rune after the match, made it a terrific spectacle. “If you ask me, my interaction with the crowd was fantastic.

I deem it to be excellent. You were so animated on the court, which is enjoyable. If you ask the audience, I believe they would prefer that to two men standing about doing nothing while looking down. In terms of tennis, I would definitely say it was one of the best matches I have ever played. I thought it was a wonderful match, Rune stated following the match.

Against Sinner, Rune made a remarkable comeback.

Sinner started off strong, breaking Rune twice in the opening set to easily take the match. Rune began the second set with an early break and a 3-0 advantage after dropping the opening set.

In the ninth game, Rune failed to serve out the second set, and in the tenth game, he missed two set points. Rune, who broke Sinner once more in the eleventh game to take the lead at 6-5, was unaffected by the failure to finish the second set.

Rune was able to finish the set and advance the match to a decider by serving for the second time in the second set. Rune lost out on three break points in the third set’s fourth game and two more in the eighth game.

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When Sinner was serving to stay in the match in the 12th game, Rune broke the Italian to secure a two-set victory.

Jannik Sinner shakes hands with Holger Rune in a chilly manner.
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