Tennis legend Serena Williams meets Sinner and Dimitrov in Miami

The American legend attended the semi-finals between the Italian and Medvedev and the one between the Bulgarian and Zverev

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Tennis legend Serena Williams meets Sinner and Dimitrov in Miami
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The Hard Rock Stadium bowed to Serena Williams, 8-time career winner of the Miami Open, who attended the semifinals of the men's tournament, first between Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev and following between Grigor Dimitrov and Alexander Zverev.

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Among the stands of the Stadium, to witness the first semi-final of the ATP Masters 1000 in Miami, there was also the legendary former American tennis player who wanted to follow the first match between Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev live, spending a wonderful day at the Hard Rock Stadium. Serena then attended the second men's semifinal, also meeting the winner Dimitrov at the end of the match.

Sinner took just over an hour to beat his opponent Medvedev with a clear 6-1 6-2, winning his 3rd final of 2024 and his 2nd consecutive final in Miami. Jannuik is the youngest tennis player to reach three finals at the Miami Open.

At the end of the dominated match against Medvedev, Sinner had the opportunity to meet Serena Williams.

The two hugged and exchanged a few words in total serenity. For the Italian it was certainly exciting to meet the best player in the history of women's tennis.

Serena Williams stayed in the magnificent venue that hosts the second ATP Masters 1000 of the season and also followed the interesting match between Grigor Dimitrov and Alexander Zverev live.

The former US champion immediately took the side of the Bulgarian tennis player and even celebrated after some incredible points.

Serena's legendary career

Serena ended her wonderful US Open career in 2002 by playing her last competitive match against Ajla Tomljanovic in front of her home crowd.

The American is recognized by many experts as the best player in history and she has won 23 Grand Slam singles tournaments and 14 doubles along the way, as well as Olympic gold medals and a total of 73 singles titles and 23 in doubles.

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