The seventh racket of the world Andrei Rublev shared his opinion on the holding of the ATP 500 tournament in Rotterdam.
Earlier, the Russian tennis player defeated Marton Fucovich (6:4, 6:3) and advanced to the semifinals. The last match is played without spectators due to the curfew in the Netherlands.
“I hate it. Late matches without spectators… What time did I get on the court? At ten something23:00 Moscow time – approx. SE)? What time do I play tomorrow? At 19:30 (21:30 Moscow time – approx. SE)? And if the match will be three-set? I wish we played at least 17 (19:00 Moscow time – note SE). Why at 19:30? We only have two matches. (Sighs) Lord… (Laughs)”, — quotes the words of the tennis player Twitter account AnnaK_4ever.
On Friday, February 11, Rublev played on the center court with the second start of the evening session, the match began at 23:00 Moscow time.
February 12, Saturday, the tennis player will play against Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime with the first start of the evening session – at 21:30 Moscow time.