Rublev Dzumhur Atp Banja Luka

Rublev beats Dzumhur, who went more for less

The Russian tennis player achieves his second important career victory in Banja Luka. Rublev manages to maintain a good rhythm throughout the match, thus defeating Damir Dzumhur in two sets (7-5, 6-3) after 1h52 minutes of good tennis.

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Andrey Rublev faced another match corresponding to the new ATP tournament in the city of Banja Luka. He did so after advancing in the men’s final table, where he would have to face Bosnian tennis player Damir Dzumhur in the quarterfinals. The Russian player came into this match after playing against a good debut John Paul Varillas. The tennis player from Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the other hand, came into this match after a victory after his debut. Liam Broady and Richard Gasquet. Indoors against the head there are a total of four precedents between the two tennis players, and they occurred between 2015 and 2018. All of them The Russian racket would be the winner.

Andrei Rublev returns from the first round

The match started strongly for Damir Dzumhur. The Bosnian player got the first game of the match. At this moment, Andrei Rublev answered and followed each other with a short exchange of hits. After this, there will be three games in a row from the Bosnian side, who led the match 5-2 including the break. However, the turning point would start there. Rublev began to chain two successes on the right, which made him score in his locker as many as five consecutive games. At double break and needing three set points, Andrei Rublev turned the first set around.

Russian racket continues its winning streak

At the start of the second period, Damir Dzumhur would again be the one to start commanding the initial result. At this moment, Andrei Rublev answered, who would allow a second hit from his rival. He then strung together a streak of three straight games, now dominating the luminosity 4-2. Dzumhur would timidly try to catch up, even if it would do little good. Doubled and taking advantage of his only match point, Andrey Rublev managed to take the match after a serious 6-3 lead. This confirmed his entry to the next round of the tournament in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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