No upsets appeared in Saturday's semifinals in all the three on-going ATP tournaments in Rotterdam, Buenos Aires and Delray Beach.
Daniil Medvedev will face Jannik Sinner in a stunning match-up which decides the title in ATP 500 Rotterdam. Medvedev showed brilliant performance in his semifinal match against Grigor Dimitrov, giving just no chance for the Bulgarian, scoring an impressive win 6-2 6-1. Sinner was a clear favorite against Tallon Griekspoor. The Dutch did not give up in front of the local fans, being a tough opponent for the Italian who needed to be patient during the match due to a good service performance of his opponent. The world's number 14 managed to make just one break in the end of first set, and clinched the second set in tie-break. That was enough to set-up a delightful final duel with Medvedev, as both the players are seemingly close to their best performances during the week in Netherlands.
Carlos Alcaraz goes for the title in ATP 250 Buenos Aires with a confidence, which is getting better and better with every match after his come back. The world's number two defeated his fellowcountry Bernabe Zapata Miralles easily 6-2 6-2 on Saturday. The final will be clash between two top seeds, as Cameron Norrie prevailed against Juan Pablo Varillas 7-6 6-4.
Taylor Fritz will fight for his fifth career's title in front of the home country fans in Delray Beach after defeating Mackenzie Mc Donald 6-3 7-6 in saturday's semifinal. McDonald had his chances in second set, as he was in front after breaking Fritz in fourth game. The world's number 7 managed to leveled the score, but the tiebreak started well again for McDonald who was leading 3-0 with two mini-breaks advantage. That was not enough, as Fritz made up all the gap and secured his 10th career's ATP final by winning the tiebreak with a score 8-6.
Miomir Kecmanovic will be Fritz's opponent on Sunday. Tournament's seed #4 has beaten Radu Albot in the only Saturday's semifinal which ended up in three sets. The opening set was a highlight, as it ended up with a very intense tie-break, won by Kecmanovic 10-8 despite three set-points wasted by Albot. The Moldovian started second set with an early break and kept his advantage till the end, moving the match into decider. Then, it was Kecmanovic who proved the pre-match odds and advanced into the final where he will play for his second career's title.