Zverev Defeats Dominic Thiem For Masters title

Thiem, who had won four of the pair’s five previous meetings, again found himself in trouble at the start of the second set with Zverev once again breaking him in the first game.

In his next service game, the 24-year-old Austrian dug deep to win four points in a row from 15-40 to avoid going a double break down, but he was unable to threaten the Zverev serve.

The German, who did not face a break point all tournament, looked confident as he sealed victory with the first of his two Championship points to continue his preparation for the French Open, which starts on 27 May.

He becomes only the fifth active player to win at least three Masters 1000 titles – joining Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray – and will now go on to try to defend his Rome title this week.

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