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MADRID, Jan. 11 (SportsFinding) –

Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev has won the first title of the season on Saturday after winning the French Corentin Moutet in the final of the Doha Open (6-2 and 7-6 (3)), resolved in one hour and 26 minutes later The overwhelming start of the game.

Rublev, 22, has taken the measure to the Qatari track, where he has already won 9 of his 11 matches, and this Saturday was no less in a final that was uphill in the second set but could straighten in time. The Russian exercised his second favorite condition and ended up taking the title in the 'tie-break'.

He is the third of his career after Umag (Croatia) in 2017 and Moscow in 2019. He has also been runner-up of this same tournament in Doha 2018. Rublev was “very excited” at the beginning of the year with “this level”. “It's amazing, I didn't expect it,” said the Muscovite, who becomes the second Russian to succeed in Doha after Nikolai Davydenko (2010).