2019 Tour-Level Titles Leaderboard Player Titles Rafael Nadal 4 Novak Djokovic 3 Roger Federer 3 Daniil Medvedev 3 Dominic Thiem 3 Alex de Minaur 3 The 2018 Next Gen ATP Finals runner-up won his maiden title at the Sydney International, his home event, in January and didn't lose his serve all week to win the BB&T Atlanta Open in July.
Mannarino, who now meets his Australian practice partner Alex de Minaur, started with a flourish as he reeled off the opening seven games to stamp his authority on the match.
The 20-year-old, who is set to rise to 25th in the rankings, forged 13 break point opportunities against Mannarino but only took one.
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The pair may not have to wait for long to play each other again, as first-round wins at next week's Japan Open would set up a last-16 showdown.
"Even if I lost the second set, I stayed consistent with a lot of energy in the third set. I think we knew we hadn't reached our ceiling yet, and we just keep working hard and [will] see where we end up".
De Minaur won 95 per cent of points on his first serve and converted four of five break points to remain firmly on track for a third title of the year.
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Romo seemed to be headed to his usual place at the bottom of the leader board after consecutive bogeys at Nos. "But I did. Good enough that he got a sponsor's exemption to play in this week's Safeway Open on the PGA Tour.
"Now I am here with the trophy (after) winning my fourth ATP Tour title and for me it is the reason to continue fighting and playing this sport".
After impressive wins over Andy Murray and Borna Coric, De Minaur stunned second seed Roberto Bautista Agut 6-2 6-2.
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