Having finished top of the Green Group Casper Ruud faces Andrey Rublev for a place in the ATP Tour final on Saturday.
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Heading into this ATP Finals last-four showdown Casper Ruud would be delighted to participate, but he’s not endured the stiffest of challenges as the Norwegian has faced two lower-ranked opponents in Taylor Fritz (win) and Felix Auger Aliassime (win) and an off-form Rafael Nadal (loss). Ruud is subsequently making his second tournament semifinal in just two attempts. He made it to this stage here during his debut campaign in 2021 and lost to a Russian opponent, Daniil Medvedev. That was only his previous semifinal match in indoor ATP events. Ruud has won 39 matches on the surface so far in his career and two in 2022 before arriving in Turin, which came against Jack Sock at the Laver Cup and Richard Gasquet at Paris Masters.
The former would number two is chasing a first title outside of ATP 250 events. Ruud came close on three occasions this year at the Miami Masters, French Open, and the US Open but was stopped in the championship match on all three occasions by Carlos Alcaraz (twice) and Rafael Nadal. That being said, three of his five wins against top-10 players on hard surfaces (5-11) have come in ATP Finals, and one against Andrey Rublev in the group stage 12 months ago.
Despite winning 11 ATP titles across the last four years this week is arguably Rublev’s best achievement yet. Reaching the semifinal of the ATP Finals while being placed in a group with three former champions, including two former world number ones, is nothing to sneeze at. Rublev won two out of three round-robin matches — over Medvedev and the world number three Stefanos Tsitsipas — after producing a no-show against the former world one Novak Djokovic. In head-to-head matches, Rublev leads 5-1 including exhibitions. The Russian has dominated on clay, and Ruud won their only previous meeting on indoor hard courts here in 2021.