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Andrey Rublev ATP Finals 2020

‘It feels great to do something not many players have done’, Andrey Rublev in realm of Murray and Federer with incredible streak

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Andrey Rublev has extended his ATP 500 level winning streak to 20 matches by beating Hungarian qualifier Marton Fucsovics 7-6, 6-4 in the Rotterdam final on Sunday.

Andrey Rublev’s winning run has spanned four consecutive titles at ATP 500 level in Hamburg, St Petersburg and Vienna in 2020, culminating in Rotterdam this past week. Since the format was introduced in 2009, only Andy Murray (21) and Roger Federer (28) have compiled more consecutive wins at this level. 

‘Of course, it is a great number, but I was not even thinking about it,’ Rublev told the ATP following his win. ‘It is a great feeling to know that I did something that not many players did.’

Andrey Rublev has also won the last seven championship matches he has contested, stretching back to Moscow 2019. ‘It has been a great past year and a half,’ he added when speaking to the ATP. ‘We will see if I can keep going, if I can keep this level of competing [and] being a Top 10 [player].’

Andrey Rublev Championship Streak

The Russian goes into the Qatar ExxonMobil Open this week with a 13-1 record in 2021 and as the tournament’s defending champion. He will face Frenchman Richard Gasquet or Slovenian qualifier Blaz Rola in the Round of 16. 


Andrey Rublev ATP Finals 2020
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