Tennis: Farewell to the highlights of Saint Petersburg

Tennis: Farewell to the highlights of Saint Petersburg

In addition to Taylor Fritz, a former semi-finalist, everyone bid farewell to the hard-earned $932,000 (293 million) men’s tennis tournament in St. Petersburg on Friday, while Olympic champion Alexander Zverev took home the final prize. 1.97 million euros (721 million fort) men’s tennis court in Vienna. MTI said.


Rublev defeated Butch van de Zandscholp, a US Open quarter-finalist, in two sets (Image: AFP)

In the afternoon of the quarter-finals, Andrei Rublyov, the first place in the domestic candidate, was defeated by Butch van de Zandschulp, the Dutch Open champion at the US Open, in two sets.

Canadian Denis Shapovalov, second in Canada, faced his German rival Jan-Lennard Struve, while Croatian Marin Cilic met with Spaniard Roberto Bautista.

The second-placed German beat Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime for sixth in a big fight in the quarter-final match.

ATP 250 Championship, Saint Petersburg ($932,000, tough track)

Van de Zandschulp (Netherlands) – Rublev (Uros, 1.) 6:3, 6:4
Struve (German) – Shapovalov (Canada, 2) 6:4, 6:3
Cilic (Croatian) – Bautista (Spanish, 3) 6:4, 3:6, 6:3
Fritz (American, 5) – Melman (Australian) 6:4, 6:2
In the semi-finals: Van de Zandschulp – Cilic és Fritz – Struff

ATP 500 Championship, Vienna (1,974,510 euros, challenging track)

A. Zverev (German, 2) – Auger-Aliassim (Canadian, 6) 6:4, 3:6, 6:3
Alcaraz (Spanish) – Berrettini (Italian, third) 6:1, 6:7, 7:6
Tiafo (American) – Schwartzman (Argentine, 8) 6:4, 7:6

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