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THE GREATEST FOUR

23.11.2020, 10:18 #HOT #Interesting #News #Best

The facts are a stubborn thing: exactly half of all the participants in the Final Championship of the eight strongest players in the world, which ended on Sunday, November 22, were champions of the St. Petersburg Open.

German with Russian roots Alexander Zverev won his first title in his career, becoming the winner of St. Petersburg Open 2016 (he also won the ATP Final Tournament in London in 2018). At the SIBUR ARENA court in 2018, the victory was celebrated by Austrian Dominik Tim (finalist of the current Final Tournament), and in 2019 the main trophy of the St. Petersburg Open was lifted over his head by Russian Daniil Medvedev, the triumphant of Nitto ATP Finals 2020.

In 2020, his compatriot Andrei Rublev took over the St. Petersburg relay, who then played for the first time in his career at the ATP Final Tournament, where he won one match – against the aforementioned Dominik Tim.

This is a trend! : four winners of the St. Petersburg Open became participants in the ATP Final Championship, with two of them (Zverev and Medvedev) winning this tournament.

“Let’s hope this symbolic trend will continue after the ATP Final Championship moves to Turin,” summed up the ATP 500 St. Petersburg Open ” Natalia Kamelzon.

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