“Often Andrey does not have a plan B. Therefore, it is difficult to play him from the first to the last point.

We need to work on various variations, then there will be victories, ”Sport-Express quotes Tarpishchev.

On May 26, the Russian tennis player beat the Argentinean Federico Delbonis in four sets with a score of 6:3 in the second round match.

3:6, 6:2, 6:3.

The game lasted 2 hours and 26 minutes.

The Russian filed through eight times, made one double fault and converted four out of nine break points.

The Argentine made seven aces, made two double faults and converted one break point out of three

Rublev's next opponent will be the Chilean Kristian Garin.

Earlier, Tarpishchev said that Rublev shows the most stable game of all Russian tennis players at the moment.