Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2022 ATP Finals
When is Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev on and what time does it start? Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev will take place on Friday 18th November, 2022 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev taking place? Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev will take place at Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy
What surface is Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev being played on? Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andrey Rublev will take place on an indoor hard court
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World number three Stefanos Tsitsipas put in a seriously impressive display on Wednesday to overcome Daniil Medvedev in three incredibly tight sets. The 2019 ATP Finals champion has won more matches on tour than anybody else this season but fluctuations in his form, and a remarkable five of seven tour finals lost this year, leaves him with little to show for it. Tsitsipas did, however, defend his Monte-Carlo Masters title this spring.
World number seven Andrey Rublev came back from a set down to stun Daniil Medvedev on Monday to get a point on the board at the ATP Finals but he lost comfortably to tournament favourite Novak Djokovic on Wednesday. The 25-year-old added another four ATP titles to his now career total of 12 but he has yet to win at Masters level or higher, earning himself something of a flat-track bully reputation.
This promises to be another exciting encounter between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev in one of the more hotly-contested new rivalries on tour. 24-year-old Tsitsipas leads their head-to-head record 6-4 after claiming both of their meetings this season at the Madrid Masters and Astana Open but Rublev beat the Greek, admittedly injury-hampered, here last season for his sole victory on his ATP Finals debut. This straight-up shoot-out for the last remaining semi-final place in this group should make for a thrilling atmosphere on Friday night and with both of their matches needing a decider this season, taking the match to see three sets looks a viable option here. Otherwise, the sensible move looks to be taking Tsitsipas to earn at least a set as the just-about likelier of two very capable victors.