Stefanos Tsitsipas triumphs at 2022 Mubadala World Tennis Championships


Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas has won the 2022 Mubadala World Tennis Championships, defeating Russian champion Andrey Rublev.

The event took place in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

The players have versed each other many times in the past, with a soft rivalry existing between the two.

Rublev was up 40-15 in the first game of the final set but ultimately lost to Tsitsipas in the final round.

Source: tennis up to date

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