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Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Andrey Rublev live stream: How to watch ATP Madrid Open Final online

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Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Andrey Rublev live stream: How to watch ATP Madrid Open Final online

Published: 11:42, 4 May 2024

We have something of a shock final to look forward to at the ATP Madrid Open, with Felix Auger-Aliassime and Andrey Rublev going head-to-head on Sunday from 5:30pm (UK time).

How to live stream Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Andrey Rublev online:

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At 23 years old, Auger-Aliassime is still very much an up-and-coming talent in tennis and the Canadian has hit another milestone by reaching his first major ATP final. Auger-Aliassime had never previously gone beyond the second round in Madrid, but has beaten the likes of Casper Ruud and Adrian Mannarino to make it this time. Of course, there has been a huge element of luck for the Canadian, who has seen Jakub Mensik, Jannik Sinner and Jiri Lehecka all either retire mid-game or withdraw completely, meaning he’s only had to see half of his matches through to completion.

He’ll be the firm underdog when he faces Rublev. The Russian is currently ranked eighth in the world and although this is his first Madrid final, he has reached this stage of four previous ATP events, winning the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters along the way.

The head-to-head history between these two also favours Rublev, who holds a 4-1 advantage, most recently beating Auger-Aliassime 2-1 in February’s Rotterdam Open en route to the semi-finals.

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