Madrid Open 2024 Final Result Men’s Singles: A. Rublev vs F. Auger-Aliassime
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Madrid Open 2024 Final Result Men’s Singles: A. Rublev vs F. Auger-Aliassime. The seventh seed, A. Rublev won the Madrid Open Cup 2024. He said he couldn’t find the right words to express himself. He won against the first-time Masters 1000 finalist F. Auger-Aliassime by 4-6, 7-5, 7-5.

He explained that if people knew what he went through in the past nine days, they wouldn’t think he could win a title. Rublev was pleased and surprised because he hadn’t been doing well in tournaments just a week before. He mentioned that winning this title was the proudest moment of his career. He talked about how tough it was, saying he felt almost dead every day and couldn’t sleep for the last few nights.

Madrid Open 2024 Final Result Men’s Singles: Key Pointers

In their match, Felix Auger-Aliassime hit 14 aces while Andrey Rublev managed 7. They both made 5 double faults each. Auger-Aliassime had a first-serve percentage of 68%, a bit higher than Rublev’s 67%. But Rublev won more points on his first serve, with 77% compared to Auger-Aliassime’s 71%. On second serves, Rublev was stronger, winning 72% of the points while Auger-Aliassime won 41%. Auger-Aliassime converted 2 out of 4 break points, while Rublev converted 3 out of 11.

Neither player won any tiebreaks. Rublev performed better in receiving points, winning 49 compared to Auger-Aliassime’s 26. Overall, Rublev won 114 points and 18 games, while Auger-Aliassime won 100 points and 16 games. Rublev’s longest streak of consecutive games won was 3, and Auger-Aliassime’s was 2. Rublev’s longest consecutive points won streak was 7, and Auger-Aliassime’s was 6. Rublev also had 74 service points won and 15 service games won, slightly more than Auger-Aliassime’s 65 service points won and 14 service games won.

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Madrid Open Final Men’s Singles 2024 Prize Money Division

The total prize money for the tournament was €7,877,020, which is approximately USD 9,053,334 or ₹686,872,834 INR. Rublev’s achievements in Madrid will earn him €963,225, roughly USD 1,108,170 or ₹84,026,342 INR, while Auger-Aliassime’s runner-up finish will fetch him €512,260, about USD 588,760 or ₹44,661,997 INR.

There’s a noticeable difference between the prize pools of the men’s and women’s tournaments seen in the Madrid Open 2024. The total prize pool of the women’s tournament is €7,787,020, equivalent to approximately USD 8,961,619 or ₹679,693,494 INR.