Andrey Rublev Triumphs Despite Illness and Injury to Seize Madrid Open Title

Andrey Rublev Madrid Open victory

Andrey Rublev showed incredible resilience as he fought through illness and a numbed foot to triumph over Felix Auger-Aliassime with a score of 4-6, 7-5, 7-5, claiming the Madrid Open championship on Sunday, May 5th.

Despite battling a suspected virus and enduring the discomfort of an anesthetized foot, the 26-year-old Russian persevered to secure his second Masters 1000 title in an intense match lasting nearly three hours.

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Rublev, who has grappled with health challenges throughout the tournament, disclosed that he will need further medical attention to ensure a complete recovery.

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