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Today, in the final of the Dubai Dooty Free Tennis Championships, world number 123 Jiri Wesley of the Czech Republic meets world number 7 Andrei Rublev of Russia. The marathon lasted 6, 7-6 3 hours 16 minutes. In the final, the tie dominated all three groups determined by the tie-breaking games.
Shapolov joined Wesley’s list of victims in the tournament after knocking out three of the world’s top-ranked players in the quarterfinals, 16th round and first round, namely Serbia’s Djokovic, Spain’s Batista, out of 15th place in the world rankings. , And Croatian Silik, ranked 25th in the world.
The fourth Czech player to reach the Dubai tennis final was Novak, who graduated in 1993, Novak, who finished second in 2003, and Berdych, who finished second in 2013 and 2014.
Russia’s Andrei Rublev defeated Poland’s 11th seed Hubert Harkok 6-3, 5-7, 6-7 in two hours and 25 minutes to reach the final.
Ruplev is the fourth Russian to reach the final after Marat Safin (2001), Mikhail Youssef (2007 and 2010) and 2021 champion Kardashian.
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