World Tennis - ATP: Fifth Qualified Fifth for Masters

15:25  24 october  2021
15:25  24 october  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

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 Indian Wells: But where Norrie will stop? © Provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - ATP - Indian Wells: Norrie crushes Schwartzman and offers himself a first half in masters 1000 An eighth finale in Monte-Carlo in 2019. This was the best result of Cameron Norrie in Masters 1000 to date. But the British of 26 years crushes everything in his passage in California, and here he is in the semifinal in Indian Wells! After Beat Tennys Sandgren, Robert Bautista-AGUT and Tommy Paul in three sets, the world's n ° 26 left only two games at No.

rublev masters 2020 © Panoramic Rubev Masters 2020 After Novak Djokokic, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rubev is the fifth qualified for the Turin Masters, three weeks from the End of season.

It fell from high while being eliminated by Adrian Mannarino from the round of 16 of the Moscow tournament, of which he was the holder of the title and the head of Series No. 1, but Andrey Rubicv did not lose his week. Russian is indeed officially qualified for the Turin Masters, as the ATP has revealed after publication of the two tables of next week (St-Petersburg and Vienna).

The Russian of just 23 years is the fifth player to qualify for the masters tournament, after Novak Djokokic, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev , while there are only three weeks of competition. Dispute, including Paris Rolex Masters who starts in a week. "I'm so happy to be back with the world's top eight players. It is a unique and prestigious tournament and I can not wait to be in Turin, reacted the one who, last year for his first participation, had been eliminated during the chicken phase, after losing against Nadal and Tsitsipas and won against Thiem.

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@ Andreyrublev97 qualifies for his second #nittoatpfinals appearance!

- ATP Tour (@atptour)

october 23, 2021

A victory and three finals this year for Rubev

on the momentum of his past season (five victories in tournament), Andrey Rubiblev has succeeded a very beautiful year 2021, with a Title won in Rotterdam and three finals played in Cincinnati, Halle and Monte Carlo. Very regular in the tournaments, it has, however, disappointed in Grand Chelem, with for balance sheet

a quarter-final in Australia (beaten by Medvedev), an entrance elimination to Roland-Garros (beaten by Struff), an eighth In Wimbledon (beaten by Fucsovics) and a third round at the US Open (beaten by Tiafoe) . In total, Rubev won 47 games to date, for 18 defeats. There are still three tickets to be allocated for the Turin Masters. If the season stopped this Sunday, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud and Hubert Hurkacz would be the happy elected officials. But everything is still possible, with another 500 points to be distributed in Vienna next week, 1000 in Paris and 250 in Stockholm to finish.

Video: Indian Wells - Norrie offers the title by stunning Basilashvili (Dailymotion)

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