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Stefanos continues the Tsitsipas series.  Alexander Sverev is approaching to repeat the victory

Stefanos continues the Tsitsipas series. Alexander Sverev is approaching to repeat the victory

Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Andrei Rublev to win his eighth consecutive ATP Masters 1000 match.

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Alexander Sverrev

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Stephanos Tsitsipas started his clay field season with a win at the ATP Masters 1000 at Monte Carlo. Greece is doing well at another Golden Series event in Madrid this week. On Friday evening, he advanced to the semifinals, beating sixth-seeded Andrei Rublev 6: 3, 2: 6, 6: 4 after a two-hour game.

The fight provided suspense and a lot of recordings. After an excellent first set in the second set, Chitsibas dropped the tone and broke twice. In the third game, Creek handled the decisive blow with a score of 4: 4, who took an amazing style pass from Rublev to zero and then finished the game.

– Playing with him is not easy. He gives more power to impact and is harder to read. That’s why I’m glad it ended, ”the 23-year-old from Athens, quoted by, as saying on Friday with ten aces, two breakouts and 27 successful strokes in his account.

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Chitsibas, who finished fourth in the eighth match in a row in the Masters 1000, will face Alexander Sverre in the semifinals. This is their 11th match in the main series. 7-3 draw for Greece, including 3-0 on clay pitches.

Number two, Zverev, Felix Agar-Aliassime on Friday, handled the “eight” match without any problems. The German defender who won the title in Madrid used one card, used four of the ten break points, and went on to win 24: 6: 3, 7: 5.

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Mudua Madrid Open, Madrid (Spain)
ATP Masters 1000, Clay Ground, Euro 6.744 million prize money
Friday, May 6

Singles quarterfinals:

Alexander Sverrev (Germany, 2) bt Felix Agar-Aliasim (Canada, 8) 6-3 7-5
Stephanos Chitsibas (Greece, 4) bt Andrei Rublev (6) 6-3 2-6 6-4

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