Andrey Rublev conquers Stefanos Tsitsipas 3-6 6-3 6-2 in the Round Robin at the Nitto ATP Finals on Friday. Rublev will seek to keep on going in this event against Casper Ruud in the semifinal. The epic lasted 5 hours and 20 minutes. This will be his best achievement in this event. In the past, the best he could do in the past was reaching the Round Robin in 2020 and 2021. Here you can see his history at this event.
Highlights Andrey Rublev vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas Nitto ATP Finals – Turin
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
At the end of the match, the Russian scored 80 points vs. Stefanos’s 75.
Andrey served pretty well to win 79% of the points (45/57) behind his first serve, and he won 52% points (14/27) on his second serve. Rublev fired 10 aces and he committed 2 double faults. The Russian was effective at converting 60% of the break points that he conquered (3/5).
On the other side, Tsitsipas had a tough time converting his break points (only 33% – 1/3). That was one of the key issues for his demise.
After this match, the head to head between Rublev and Tsitsipas is 6-6.
Draw and next match H2H: Andrey Rublev vs. Casper Ruud – stats
Rublev will square off with Ruud in the semifinal.
Live score progression and stats
Both players managed to hold their serve for the entire set. The only difference was just 1 break that Stefanos snatched in the 4th game (3-1) just before ultimately winning the set (6-3).
The Russian capitulated the 4th game (3-1) when he had 3 consecutive game points when leading 40-0.
The Greek was unerring in converting all his break points in the 4th game (2-1 40-A and 40-A). On the other side, Stefanos didn’t concede a single break point during this set.
They contested 55 points. The Greek won 11 more points than Rublev (33-22). Stefanos was extremely solid on serve to drop just 2 points (20-2). on the other side of the net, Rublev conceded 13 points on serve (20-13).
Similarly to the 1st set, both players managed to hold their serve for the entire set. The only difference was just 1 break that Rublev conquered in the 8th game (5-3) prior to finally winning the set (6-3).
The Russian converted 50% of his break points (1/2). He had 2 break points opportunities in the 8th game (4-3 15-40 and 30-40). On the other side, Stefanos wasn’t able to convert 1 break point in the 9th game (3-5 40-A).
They contested 52 points. Rublev was the winner of the set after clinching 6 points more than the Greek (29-23). The Russian conceded 9 points on serve (23-9). on the other side of the net, Stefanos conceded 6 points on serve (14-6).
Rublev in this set was more solid than Stefanos and without too much struggle he won 6-2 after breaking Tsitsipas in the 3rd (2-1) and in the 7th (5-2) game.
Andrey converted 66% of his break points (2/3). He had 3 break points opportunities in the 3rd (1-1 15-40 and 30-40) and the 7th game (4-2 40-A). On the other side, the Russian didn’t concede a single break point during this set.
They played 48 points. Andrey conquered the set after winning 10 points more than Tsitsipas (29-19). The Russian was extremely solid on serve to concede just 3 points (16-3). Regarding the other side of the net, Stefanos conceded 13 points on serve (16-13).
Tennis Scores in Nitto ATP Finals
- Novak DjokovicDjokovic – Daniil MedvedevMedvedev (6-3 6-75 7-62) – Stats and score progression
- Rafael NadalNadal – Casper RuudRuud (7-5 7-5) – Stats and score progression
- Taylor FritzFritz – Felix Auger-AliassimeAuger-Aliassime (7-64 6-75 6-2) – Stats and score progression
- Stefanos TsitsipasTsitsipas – Daniil MedvedevMedvedev (6-3 6-711 7-61) – Stats and score progression
- Felix Auger-AliassimeAuger-Aliassime – Rafael NadalNadal (6-3 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Andrey RublevRublev – Daniil MedvedevMedvedev (6-77 6-3 7-67) – Stats and score progression
- Casper RuudRuud – Felix Auger-AliassimeAuger-Aliassime (7-64 6-4) – Stats and score progression