In the Moselle Open, an AtP 250 indoor-hard tournament will take place in Metz in northern France, former champions and renowned personalities.
The Miami Miami champion, Hubert Hurkacz, is leading the field while Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta is looking for his season’s third and first hard victory of the ATP Tour.
After accepting the wildcard, Andy Murray, former World No. 1, will be competitive, Ugo Humbert, four-time champion Jo Wilfried Tsonga and winner Gael Monfils, will lead French ambitions in home country.
Russian Andrey Rublev ranks in FedEx ATP in the Top 5.
Russia’s first in over two decades, with Andrey Rublev joining countryman Daniil Medvedev as the second-placer in the men’s game this week, has two players in the Top 5 at FedEx ATP rankings.
In September 2002, the last time two Russian men sat in the Top 5, Marat Safin and Yevgeny Kafelnikov were second and fourth. The 20-time major champion, Roger Federer, has yet to win his first Slam while Carlos Alcaraz was still born, the Spaniard #NextGenATP.
The success of Rublev, the US Open Champion Medvedev, Karen Khashanov, and World No 25 Aslan Karatssev is again dominant in Russia. Russian tennis is the main force of the game.
This season, Russians, including ATP Cup, won seven circuit level trophies. The links he has made are very crucial for Rublev.
While Rublev believes his strong links have made a contribution to his achievement, the 23-year-old argues that in the end, each one of them follows distinct paths in his own way.
“We’re all tremendously connected with each other,” said Rublev.