Rublev’s first match at Roland Garros was considered psychologically difficult 17:55

Former third racket in the world, bronze medalist of the 2012 Olympic Games, founder of the children’s tennis school Nadezhda Petrova summarized the results of the opening match of Russian Andrei Rublev against Japanese Taro Daniel at the French Open. Rublev spent a lot of unnecessary emotions in this confrontation, he told socialbites.ca.

“Andrey Rublev was a little nervous, but it was a difficult day, quite windy. Rublev lost a set to the Japanese, but it seemed to me that he lost because he got distracted from the game, argued too much and poured out his emotions. But that’s okay, it might be a good idea to enter such a psychologically difficult match at the beginning of the tournament to get excited and get involved in the game,” says Petrova.

Rublev defeated the Japanese tennis player in four matches: 6:2, 6:7 (3:7), 6:3, 7:5. The Russian player admitted that he missed the chance on someone else’s serves in the lost set and tried to win in the first shot. He will face Spaniard Pedro Martinez-Portero in the next round.

Previously Petrova statedIt is important that Medvedev starts the Kepfer match well.

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Source: Gazeta

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