The beat goes on at the Miami Open.
The first men’s quarterfinal match on the stadium court featured the story of the Miami Open, Christopher Eubanks, and fourth-rank Daniil Medvedev.
In a rain delay clash, Medvedev reached the semi-finals at the Miami Open for the first time when he overcame qualifier Eubanks 6-3, 7-5 to end the American’s dream run in Miami.
“This was a dream week for me; the net did not like me today,” Eubanks stated. “That is how tennis goes.”
Eubanks was up 3-2 in the opening set during a rain delay but was 1 of 6 on break points.
The 27-year-old Medvedev is now 27-3 on the season, having won 22 of his past 23 matches.
“I hate to lose more than I like to win,” Medvedev stated.
Medvedev has lifted trophies in Rotterdam, Doha, and Dubai. He reached the final in Indian Wells, where world no.1 Carlos Alcarez ended his 19-match winning streak.