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By Chris Oddo | Wednesday April 17, 2018


Keeping up with the game of tennis, by the numbers. Each day at Tennis Now we’ll give you a fresh set—without any further ado, here’s what happened in Monte-Carlo on Tuesday.

1-9

Andrey Rublev’s record against the Top 10. The Russian had a match point at 5-4, 40-30 to notch the biggest win of his career but could not connect on a forehand and ended up falling in three sets. Rublev’s only top 10 win came against Grigor Dimitrov at last year’s U.S. Open.




499

Career wins by Fernando Verdasco. The Spaniard will bid to become the sixth man from his country to reach the 500-win mark on Wednesday when he faces Marin Cilic in the second round.


498

Number of career wins by Richard Gasquet, who is bidding to become the first Frenchman in Open Era history to reach 500 wins at Monte-Carlo.

299

Number of career wins by Fabio Fognini, who advanced with a three-set win over Ilya Ivashka on Tuesday.


11-2

Team U.S.A.’s record against France in Fed Cup. The two teams will meet in Aix-en-Provence this weekend in the Fed Cup semifinals.


4

Number of Top 20 players involved in this weekend’s Germany vs. Czech Republic Fed Cup semifinal. World No.11 Julia Goerges and World No.12 Angelique Kerber will lead he German on clay in Stuttgart against World No.6 Karolina Pliskova and World No.10 Petra Kvitova. Germany trails in the head-to-head 7-1 and they have lost four straight to the Czechs.


 

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