Rublev and Zverev Both Survive After Being One Set Down

Rublev and Zverev Both Survive After Being One Set Down

Andrey Rublev and Alexander Zverev both faced tough challenges in their opening matches at the Monte Carlo Masters but ultimately came out on top. Rublev, the fifth seed, had a first-round bye but found himself a set down against Spaniard Jaume Munar in the second round. However, the Russian bounced back to win the next two sets 6-2, 6-2 and secure his spot in the third round.

Meanwhile, Zverev got off to a slow start in his first-round match against Alexander Bublik, losing the opening set 3-6. However, the German star managed to find his rhythm and won the next two sets 6-2, 6-4 to advance to the second round. With both Rublev and Zverev facing early challenges in their clay-court season, they will be hoping to build on their victories and improve their form in the upcoming rounds.

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, last year’s runner-up, was not so fortunate, as he fell at the first hurdle. The Spaniard was defeated by French qualifier Lucas Pouille in a hard-fought three-set match. Pouille won 6-4, 6-7 (11), 7-5 to book his spot in the second round, while Davidovich Fokina’s tournament came to an end.

Darinka Aleksic has been writing for Tennis Tips since its launch and has been an integral part of our team. Her role is to cover topics regarding everything tennis-related around the globe. From expert equipment reviews to exercise tips and tricks, she covers all the fields with a lot of attention to detail.

Her goal is to deliver top-notch tennis content and keep you up to date with everything in the modern tennis era while also reminding you about the game’s roots and history. Sports have always been a fundamental part of her life ever since she started playing tennis at the age of seven.

About US is more than a website; it’s a thriving community of fellow tennis lovers.

We’re always eager to hear from fellow tennis lovers and are committed to responding promptly.

Lates Posts

All Posts