Rublev, a Russian tennis player, advances to the fourth round of the US Open

Rublev advances to the fourth round of the US Open

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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.

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Andrey Rublev of Russia, Russian tennis player ,has reportedly advanced to the fourth round of the US Open competition taking place in New York, according to TASS and Azernews. (Photo: USOpening)

The Russian will compete against unseeded British tennis player Jack Draper

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 will compete against unseeded British tennis player Jack Draper in the following round.

In an article from Azer News, Russian tennis player Rublev (25), who is now ranked seventh in the world. He has 14 ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) championships, including two this year. The Russian’s best Grand Slam performance—and he made it to this stage of the competition eight times—was reaching the quarterfinals. Together with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Russian tennis player Rublev won the mixed doubles Olympic gold medal in 2021. He also helped the Russian team win the Davis Cup and ATP Cup.

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Tennis players from Russia and Belarus are competing in the tournament as neutrals

Russian tennis player reported sttaed that 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.

From August 28 to September 10 in New York, the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will host the 2023 US Open on outdoor hard courts. The prize pool for the competition is $65 million. The men’s and women’s singles champions at the 2023 US Open are Carlos Alcaraz of Spain and Iga Swiatek of Poland, respectively, reports from Azer News.

Due to the current sanctions policy, tennis players from Russia and Belarus are competing in the tournament as neutrals- Russian tennis player.

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