The ATP Finals have been a challenge for him as he struggles to defeat higher-ranked opponents in crucial matches. While he has consistently made it to the quarter-finals of major tournaments, he has yet to achieve a higher standing.
In the past year, he has had a successful season, winning his first Masters title and reaching the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. This shows that he is moving in the right direction, but he still needs to integrate all of his skills.
However, facing Daniil Medvedev as your opponent makes this task more challenging. While Rublev’s forehand may be the strongest shot for either player, Medvedev’s ability to consistently return shots and his powerful serve make him a formidable opponent even on his off days. Therefore, I am uncertain about the outcome of this match; it should be an exciting one.
The game begins at 9pm in the local time zone and 8pm in Greenwich Mean Time.