Russian tennis player Andrei Rublev not to blame for Australian Open departure, Serbian Novak Djokovic showed a supernatural match in the quarter-finals, according to 1989 Roland Garros semi-finalist Andrey Chesnokov.
The match ended with the score 6:1, 6:2, 6:4 in favor of Djokovic.
– Djokovic plays incredible tennis – it’s an incredible level! I don’t understand how it is possible to demonstrate such a level of play on an ongoing basis. Celestial game! But I still want to praise Rublev: Andrey is a good guy! The quarter-final at the Australian Open is a great result. Djokovic is simply unrealistic to fight. It was not Rublev who lost, but Djokovic who won. Andrei is not responsible for today’s departure, Chesnokov told the “Championship”.
The next opponent of the former first racket in the world at the Australian Open will be the American Tommy Paul, who occupies the 35th place in the ranking.
Source : MatchTV
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