Andrey Rublev is still in very good shape and managed to rise to the title of champion in the ATP 500 in Rotterdam after beating Marton Fucsovics in straight sets 7-6 (4) and 6-4. In his tenth final as a professional tennis player, the Russian obtained his eighth consecration and continues to add consecutive wins in ATP 500 tournaments: 20 wins in a row.
At the start of the match, both tennis players found themselves very nervous and erratic. This led to six break opportunities in the first two games but neither of them could capitalize on it. During the first set, there was a lot of parity and he had to define himself in the tie break where the Russian was very precise and was able to keep that set.
In the second set, the Hungarian felt the blow after having lost the first at the last minute and that was noticeable since Rublev managed to break it at the beginning to get up on the scoreboard 2-0. The No. 8 in the world was able to sustain his serve with a very balanced game throughout the set.
In the second opportunity to close the match, Andrey was able to score a great winning point and thus obtained his eighth title as a professional tennis player (Umag 2017; Moscow 2019; Doha, Adelaide, Hamburg, Saint Petersburg and Vienna 2020; and Rotterdam 2021).