Kazakhstan’s top tennis player Alexander Bublik explained why he wouldn’t go to a deserted island. Andrey Rublev And why Benoit Paire is his choice? Last year, Bublik was asked which player he would like to spend on a deserted island.
At the time, Bublik said he knew it wasn’t Rublev, the fifth largest in the world. Bublik thinks Rublev is serious and too diligent, but Pale is the exact opposite. “It would have been difficult for Andrey (laughs).
He is a very hardworking man, which probably makes him a great player. Who do you want to be with? With Benoit Pale, we would have had a lot of fun together. After spending six hours waiting for a transit flight in Chicago, we were flying from Cincinnati to Toronto.
I have to say that these 6 hours have passed thanks to Pale and his special atmosphere. I would have had a good time on an uninhabited island with him. ”
Bublik and Rublev suffered early exit in Moscow
Bublik lost to Illya Marchenko in the first round of Moscow, and Rublev lost to Adrian Manarino in the opening round of Moscow.
Immediately after losing to Manarino, Rublev had to play doubles, but he felt “depressed and devastated” and was far from at its best. “Oh, sure [it affected me].. I couldn’t play the doubles at all. Karen played herself, “Rublev said.
“I was completely devastated, emotionless, depressed and had bad thoughts. I pulled everything down and Karen pulled it out.” Rublev said he was the spiritual part of his game. Admitted that it is necessary to work on. “For now, I’ll say the spiritual part,” the Russian said.
“I think this is the main [thing] In my case, there are players who are better than me, so they know how to manage all these moments, which are much better than me. ”
– Tennis Sports
Alexander Bublik explains why he doesn’t go to the uninhabited island with Andrey Rublev
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