Tennis professional Jannik Sinner won the Masters in Miami for the first time in his career. After two previous final defeats at the tournament in Florida, the 22-year-old from Italy dominated the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrow and won 6:3, 6:1 in just 1:13 hours.

For Sinner it is the second career victory at a Masters after the success in Toronto last year. At the beginning of the year he won the title at the Australian Open. Dimitrow had defeated Olympic champion Alexander Zverev in the semifinals, but had largely no chance against Sinner.

With the victory, Sinner climbs to second place in the world rankings. In front of him is only the Serb Novak Djokovic, who decided not to take part in the tournament after the early exit in Indian Wells at the beginning of the month. The Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz slipped to third place. Thanks to his successes in Miami, Dimitrov climbs to ninth place in the world tennis rankings.