Medjedovic upsets Fils to win 5-set Next Gen Finals championship match
Hamad Medjedovic has squandered two match points before finally upsetting the top-seeded Arthur Fils to win the Next Gen Finals championship match in Jeddah
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Arthur Fils to meet Hamad Medjedovic in Next Gen Finals championship match
The Next Gen Finals championship match will feature one of the players being relied on to revive French tennis against the player that Serbia hopes can keep its flag at the top of the sport after Novak Djokovic
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Arthur Fils and Hamad Medjedovic stay perfect and reach final four at Next Gen Finals
The result also meant Luca Van Assche reached the final four after the second-seeded French player beat Alex Michelsen of the United States 4-3 (0), 3-4 (4), 3-4 (4), 4-1, 4-3 (6).
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Arthur Fils and Hamad Medjedovic maintain winning starts at Next Gen Finals
Fils now leads the Green Group with two wins from two, while Dominic Stricker defeated Luca Nardi 4-1, 4-1, 4-2 in the same group for his first victory in Jeddah.
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