Rublev – about the tournament in Rotterdam: “I hate late matches without spectators. I would like to play earlier”


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.

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