Danil Medvedev (7th, Russia) won the men’s professional tennis (ATP) tour singles championship for three weeks in a row.

Medvedev defeated Andrei Rublev (6th, Russia) 2-0 in the singles final on the final day of the ATP Tour Dubai Duty Free Championship (total prize money: $2,855,495) held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 4th (local time) (6-2 6-2).

With this, Medvedev won the trophy for the third consecutive week, following the Rotterdam tournament in the Netherlands in February and the Doha tournament in Qatar last week. Medvedev, who continued his recent 14-game winning streak, received $533,990 in prize money (approximately 690 million won). 온라인카지노

Medvedev, who suffered his first loss this year to Novak Djokovic (1st place, Serbia) in the semifinals the previous day, defeated Rublev in 1 hour and 8 minutes on the same day.

Medvedev also indirectly attacked Stefanos Tsitsipas (3rd place, Greece), who is well-known for being an “enemy” at the ceremony.

Medvedev said, “I saw a player not too long ago saying, ‘I don’t have many strengths’ about Rublev, and I thought, ‘How can you say that?’ Rublev is the most talented player on the tour. , it just hasn’t reached its potential yet,” he said.

At the ATP Finals last November, Tsitsipas aimed at the words that evaluated Rublev’s performance.

Medvedev continued, “Lublyov is a player who has the ability to win major tournaments,” and cheered, “I hope Rublyov will win many times in the future.”

At the time, Tsitsipas explained, “What I said about Rublev at the press conference was misinformed,” and Rublev also said, “Tsitsipas apologized later.”

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