World No. 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas won his 6-3, 6-3 victory in 1h11 in the singles final against Andrei Rublev (8th) in Monte Carlo on Sunday. The first master 1000 category event.
He added: “I know he will be a very strong opponent. I was very nervous at the beginning of the game.” He emphasized that he and Rublev have often clashed.
The seventh duel put Greece’s 4-3 advantage head-to-head between the two young players.
He added: “I am proud of my performance on the court.”
Overall, Tsitsipas now has six titles on the ATP Tour and will also win the year-end Masters and four ATP 250 tournaments in 2019 (Stockholm 2018, Marseille and Estoril 2019, Marseille 2020 ).
The longer ignition time, Rublev (23) was broken from the beginning, if he rebalanced the game, it would cause damage: Tsitsipas (Tsitsipas) quietly held his service game in order to Win the first round in 32 minutes.
The second game was played in the same tone: Tsitsipas led 2-1 as his opponent and again in the final game.
On the other hand, if the Greek reaches every break point, then he will not be threatened in his serve: Rublev clearly eliminated Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals (Rafael Nadal) After reaching the Masters 1000 finals for the first time, he did not win the championship. The slightest broken bullet in the game.