According to TASS and Azernews, the Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev has advanced to the fourth round of the US Open competition taking place in New York.
According to Azernews, with a score of 3:6, 6:3, 6:1, and 7:5, eighth-seeded Russian tennis player Rublev upset French tennis player Arthur Rinderknech in the third round of the competition. The Russian tennis player will compete against unseeded British tennis player Jack Draper in the following round.
Rublev, Russian tennis player, the 27th ranked in the world. He has 14 ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) championships, including two this year. The Russian tennis player made it to this stage of the sport eight times, and his greatest Grand Slam accomplishment was making the quarterfinals. Rublev, Russian tennis player, and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won the mixed doubles gold medal at the 2021 Olympics. Russian tennis player also contributed to the Russian team’s Davis Cup and ATP Cup victories.
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In the world rankings, Rinderknech (age 28) is ranked 73rd. The Frenchman is an ATP event loser. His best Grand Slam performance came in the third round of the US Open.
According to Tennis News, the Russian tennis player will be playing in his eighth Grand Slam quarterfinal and ninth attempt to make it to a major semifinal.
The British player, who had to withdraw from Winston-Salem less than a week before the start of 2023’s final slam, can be incredibly proud of a fantastic US Open campaign that followed several months of absence due to a recurring shoulder injury.
Draper put up another good fight against Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev after three excellent victories, including a straight sets victory over world No. 17 Hubert Hurkacz. Draper won the second set with the help of some incredibly effective serving and strong returns.
Rublev, Russian tennis player, though, has had yet another excellent Grand Slam performance in New York. The attention of Russian tennis player will now switch to how to advance from his ninth Grand Slam quarterfinal into his maiden major semifinal.