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The fit man of the moment is not Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. But Andrey Rublev. The Russian is 8th in the world but is above all on an impressive series of victories on the ATP circuit: 10 in a row between Saint Petersburg and Vienna on ATP 500s. Add to that three other titles won in three finals in Doha, Adelaide and Hamburg and two Grand Slam quarter-finals at the US Open and Roland-Garros and you will find the crack of the moment. The 23-year-old Russian qualified for the London Masters for the first time in his career … while waiting for better in major tournaments.

And for the first time too, the Rolex Paribas Masters will be played without an audience. Bercy without an audience is a bit like the sea without the waves: a tournament without a singular fervor in Paris. Will the players benefit or suffer from it? Answer this week in one of the last tournaments of a decidedly very special season.

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