Fritz is such a weird player. Sometimes he gives you the impression he absolutely sucks as a tennis player. Especially on clay where he can't move for shit.
Other times he is surprisingly solid. Never in doubt that he should peak here though, on this weird ass court.
Terrible stuff from Sinner though, who needs to keep working on his consistency. I would have liked to see him in YEC but that seems like a stretch now
Sinner is second seed in Antwerp next week(only Félix Auger-Aliassime is ranked higher), and both Hurkcaz and Ruud take the week off. If Sinner was to win, he would be in the top 8.Hurkacz and Ruud to qualify for the last 2 ATP Finals spot now. Ruud can breathe a sigh of relief after squandering a very doable 360 points. Sinner was never going far with that draw anyway.
He can't overtake both of them even if he wins Antwerp. How the heck did you calculate that. Ruud is 400 points over him while Hurkacz is over 350 now and will be at least 500 over if he manages to win his QF. Antwerp also has a strong draw so I highly doubt winning would be a walk in the park.Sinner is second seed in Antwerp next week(only Félix Auger-Aliassime is ranked higher), and both Hurkcaz and Ruud take the week off. If Sinner was to win, he would be in the top 8.