Tsitsipas joins Alcaraz, Rublev, Ruud in prestigious line-up at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Stefanos Tsitsipas, Carlos Alcaraz, Andrey Rublev and Casper Ruud are among the top players who will compete in the prestigious Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi. Frances Tiafoe and Cameron Norrie complete the field.

The 2021 French Open finalist, who was a hit during his first appearance in the UAE capital in 2019, completes the star-studded lineup for this year’s event, which takes place from December 16 to 18 at the International Tennis Centre, Zayed Sports City.

Stefanos is elated with his participation to comment: “The Mubadala World Tennis Championship in 2019 was an incredible experience and I’m happy to be returning to Abu Dhabi. I still cherish the love and support my fans there showed me and I’m looking forward to a wonderful time this year as well. Hopefully, I can leave this time with the trophy.”

Stefanos Tsitsipas at the ATP Finals

Stefanos Tsitsipas

59 - 24win/loss

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16-8
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18-9
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17-4
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8-3
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2022 Highlights

Currently ranked no.3 (career-high), Stefanos played his last match on the 16th of November when he defeated world no.5 Daniil Medvedev 6-3 6-7(11) 7-6(1) in the round robin in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw). Stefanos is about to face Andrey Rublev in a match that will decide the second semi-final is in the red group. If Tsitsipas with his next 2 matches in Turin he will finish the season in the second spot of the rankings.

During this season the Greek has achieved an overall 59-23 match record. Stefanos has won 2 titles in 2022 in Monte-Carlo and Mallorca. Tsitsipas got to the final in Rotterdam, in Rome, in Cincinnati, in Astana and in Stockholm.

Tsitsipas
the Nitto ATP Finals
Tsitsipas's Record
 

Carlos Alcaraz in 2022

Carlos Alcaraz

57 - 13win/loss

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21-4
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6-4
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27-4
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3-1
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2022 Highlights

Currently the world no.1, Alcaraz played his last match on the 4th of November when he had to retire when playing against world no.10 Holger Rune in the quarter and the scoreline was 6-3 6-6 .

At present, during this year Alcaraz achieved a compiled 57-13 record. Alcaraz conquered 5 titles in 2022 in Rio de Janeiro, Miami, Barcelona, Madrid and U.S. Open. The Spaniard reached the final in Hamburg and in Umag.

Alcaraz
Paris
Alcaraz's Record

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Carlos Alcaraz clashed against each other 3 times. The head to head is 3-0 for Alcaraz. The last time they played each other, Carlos Alcaraz won 6-4 5-7 6-2 in the quarter in Barcelona (Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell) on the 22nd of April 2022.

You can watch the highlights in the following video.

Andrey Rublev in 2022

Andrey Rublev

51 - 19win/loss

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19-7
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18-5
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14-6
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0-1
25 year old
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2022 Highlights

Ranked no.7, Andrey played his last match on the 16th of November when he was overcome by world no.8 Novak Djokovic 6-4 6-1 in the round robin in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw).

This year Rublev has a 50-19 record. The Russian has won 4 titles in 2022 in Marseille, Dubai, Belgrade and Gijon.

Rublev
the Nitto ATP Finals
Rublev's Record

Casper Ruud in 2022

Casper Ruud

50 - 21win/loss

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18-8
I Hard
6-4
Clay
25-7
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1-2
23 year old
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2022 Highlights

Ranked world no.4, the Norwegian played his last match on the 17th of November when he was defeated by world no.2 Rafael Nadal 7-5 7-5 in the round robin in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw).

Currently, during this season Ruud has a 50-21 win-loss record. Casper conquered 3 titles in 2022 in Buenos Aires, Geneva and Gstaad. The Norwegian was the finalist in Miami, at the French Open and at the U.S. Open.

Ruud
the Nitto ATP Finals
Ruud's Record

Andrey Rublev and Casper Ruud played each other 5 times. The head to head is 4-1 for Rublev. Before, the last time they locked horns, Casper Ruud won 2-6 7-5 7-6(5) in the round robin in Turin (Nitto ATP Finals) in November 2021.

In the video below you can watch the highlights.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

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