Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic advanced to the semifinals of the final ATP tournament in Turin today, after he defeated the fifth tennis player in the world, Russian Andrei Rublev, after two sets, 6: 3, 6: 2, in the second round of the Green Group.

The first tennis player in the world won after 67 minutes.
Rublev took the service away from Djokovic in the first game, but the Serbian tennis player immediately returned the break and equalized to 1: 1. After that, the tennis players won games on their serves until the eighth, when Djokovic made a break and took the lead with 5: 3. He then won the game on his serve and took the lead in the match.

Djokovic completely dominated in the second set, twice took away Rublev’s serve and advanced to the semifinals.

The Serbian tennis player has two victories in the group and is going to the semifinals as the first place winner. Rublev has victory and defeat.

Djokovic will play against the British Cameron Noria in the third round on Friday, and Rublev against the Norwegian Casper Rudd.

Nori plays in the tournament instead of the Greek Stefanos Cicipas, who withdrew after the first round due to an elbow injury.

By Editor

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