Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev suffered a painful injury during his match at the ATP Finals in Turin. Rublev, known for his fiery temper, smacked his racket against his own leg multiple times in frustration, causing a cut above his knee that started to bleed.
Carlos Alcaraz secures victory
While Rublev struggled in his match, Carlos Alcaraz emerged victorious with a 7-5 6-2 win over the Russian. This marks Alcaraz's first win of the tournament.
A history of anger
Rublev, who once broke a bone in his finger after punching a hotel door, downplayed the incident, stating that his knee was okay and that nothing serious happened. He expressed disappointment in his performance and hopes to finish the tournament on a positive note.
Final match of the year
Rublev will face Alexander Zverev in his last match of the year in Turin, Italy. Meanwhile, Carlos Alcaraz reflected on his improvement and expressed satisfaction with his performance.
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