Andrey Rublev edges Auger-Aliassime to win the ATP tournament

On Sunday Andrey Rublev won the ATP tournament, beating Felix Auger- Aliassime in Marseille.

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On Sunday Andrey Rublev won the ATP tournament, beating Felix Auger- Aliassime in Marseille. Andrey beat Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada in the Finals by 7-5, 7-6(7/4).

In the 2nd game of the match, the Russian Andrey Rublev got broken down by the Canadian Auger-Aliassime but Rublev broke back at once and to take the set in the 2nd game broke again in the 12th game of the match.

In the 2nd set, at 5-4, Rublev has seen failed to make a service out for the match but still managed to save a set point during his next service game. In 1 hour and 57 minutes, Rublev won to clinch the match.

ATP Tour on Twitter: “First 2022 title for @AndreyRublev97 🙌 He defeats Auger-Aliassime 7-5 7-6 to claim the title in Marseille 👏 📸: @corinnedubreuil | @Open13 | #O13Provence https://t.co/dvCy2BfMcq” / Twitter

Andrey Rublev, the Russian player is ranked seventh in the ATP ranking. Auger-Aliassime had won the meeting with Rublev in the semi-final at Rotterdam, last week. This is the first career title for him, after losing all the previous 8 finals he played. Auger-Aliassime gets his 2nd defeat in the final at Marseille. As Rublev succeed to claim his 9th title in his career, Auger-Aliassime could not able to make it, two in a row.
Over the past 12th months he had a bad run but he has won finals of all 5 hard-court, he has contested.

The 24-year-old, Andrey Rublev at 16:00 GMT was due back on the court to contest the finals at the doubles, alongside Denys Molchanov, from Ukraine. Against Raven Klaasen from South Africa with Ben McLachlan From Japan, the specialists in doubles.