Austrian Dominic Tim, ranked fourth in the world, aspires to win the Dubai Tennis Championships as the number one, with his return to Dubai since the 2015 championship, a title that, if he achieved No. 18 in his career and his first title since lifting the US Open Cup 2020, is looking forward to Tim To be the first Austrian since Thomas Moster in 1997 to lift the Dubai Duty Free Championship trophy, Dubai.
Thiem has a proven track record of winning in New York, reaching the 2018 and 2019 French Open finals, the 2020 Australian Open, and reaching the final of the ATP Tour in the past two editions.
The second-ranked player in the tournament and the 8th in the world, the Russian Andrei Rublev, will compete in the second round of the tournament, one of the qualified players from the qualifying or Australian league, Jordan Thompson, and if he qualifies for the round of 16, he will be on a date with American Taylor Fritz, ranked 15th in the tournament and 33rd in the world or Georgian Nikoluz Basilashvili, who meet in the second round of the tournament.
Canadian Denis Shapovalov, ranked third in the tournament and 11th in the world, will be on a date in the second round with German Jan Lennard Struff, ranked 37th in the world or one of the players qualified from the qualifying league, while Stan Wawrinka, who participated today in the official draw for the tournament, announced his withdrawal due to fatigue and stress .
Spaniard Bautista Agut, ranked fourth in the tournament and 13th in the world and winner of the Dubai title in 2018, is one of the most prominent candidates to win the title for this year, not only after beating Tim in Dubai previously, but also for beating Andrei Rublev in successive sets to reach the final on Saturday night against Nikoloz Basilashvili.
On this occasion, Colm McLaughlin, Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of Dubai Duty Free said: We have witnessed during the past week a series of interesting competitions during the women’s competitions, and we will not expect that next week will be less than that at all, as many exciting confrontations referred to by the lottery The 29th edition of the tournament, and we must wait until we know who has the share of lifting this year’s cup.
For his part, Salah Tahlak, the tournament director, said: We expect another great week with a number of players who deserve to win this prestigious title. We awarded the wild card to Denis Novak, who recently reached the quarter-finals in Montpellier, to 262 world-class Tunisian Malek Jaziri, who performed in the semi-finals of the Dubai 2018 Championship, and to Russian Aslan Karatsev, who is The first player to qualify from the Preliminary League in the Open Era to reach the semi-finals at the Australian Open recently from his debut at Grand Slam, and finally to the former Dubai Duty Free ball picker, Alexei Boberine, who last month won his first title in Singapore.
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