Stefanos Tsitsipas won his first Masters 1000 title without giving up any game, and established his title in Monte Carlo after defeating Andrey Rublev 6-3, 6-3 on Sunday. title.
Tsitsipas won, with a 4-3 record against Rublev, who defeated Rublev on clay in the French Open quarter-finals last year.
“I had an incredible week. The 22-year-old Greek said it was amazing to find myself in this position. It was the best week of my life.
Tsitsipas, the fourth seed of the Principality, has not won a title at the Indoor Marseille Open since February last year-just a few weeks before France announced its first national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tsitsipas said: “I was very nervous before the game.” “The match with Andre is a very complicated task, especially considering that this is the final. I am proud of my performance on the track.”
The 23-year-old Rublev is seeking his second title of the year. This is his first championship in the Masters Series and the ninth year of his career. Last Friday, the Russian was the executioner of Rafael Nadal, and Rafael Nadal was the 11-time champion of the competition. He proved to be one of the rising figures in tennis.
However, the sixth seed failed to produce a single break point in the Tsitsipas Mountains.