The Rogers Cup will decide the final champion tomorrow, and the Cincinnati Masters, which will soon take over, also announced the men's singles signing table yesterday.
In terms of seeded stars, Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Zverev and Rublev will play as the top four seeds, and former tournament champion and world number one Murray will also appear with a wild card.
The specific alignment of the first eight seeds is as follows:
As a Masters, there were focus matches in the first round:
Dimitrov vs Bautista Agut
Neither of them has been complimented in their recent form, with Dimitrov eliminated in the first round of the Washington Tournament and Agut stopping at the Rogers Cup Quarterfinals.
It's been a long time since the two played the previous year's double-double to reach the final four of a Grand Slam (Dimitrov is in the US Open in 19 years, and Agut is 19 at Wimbledon). This time the tiger fell in Pingyang, who can trap the beast?
Hulkach vs Davedovich Furkina
Although Hulkach lost to Medvedev in the Rogers Cup and regrettably stopped in the quarterfinals, the energy he showed and the stability he showed in the North American hard court field made people quite optimistic about his prospects in Cincinnati. As a star who has only made a name for himself this year, Fudkina is not his opponent, in theory.
Krajinovic vs Deminaar
Krajinovic, who has so far struggled to win a championship on the tour, met Deminaar this time, which can be described as a chess opponent and will meet a good talent.
Tiaver vs Ember
The "lucky loser" Tiaver, who has just harvested sweet happiness at the Rogers Cup, once again achieved the final sixteen of the Masters. Another young man, Ember, won a valuable 500 at this year's Harley Race. This youth dialogue is destined to attract attention.
Fusovich vs Aliasim
Both reached the quarterfinals on this year's Wennet and made a breakthrough. The former evaded the global pursuit of Rublev and completed the counter-killing.
The Canadian black achieved the first Grand Slam quarterfinals breakthrough, and the opponent won in the quarter-final was Zverev, one of the leaders of the new generation.
Such an attractive duel, is it already fascinating?