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Australian Open: Russian Andrey Rublev slams fans holding a Ukrainian flag for ‘saying nasty things’


Russian Andrey Rublev condemns fans who were displaying a Ukrainian flag for ‘saying nasty things’ to him during his Australian Open victory… as he now prepares to take on Britain’s Dan Evans in the third round in Melbourne

  • Dan Evans will tackle fifth seed Andrey Rublev at the Australian Open
  • Rublev complained about insults from the crowd during his second round match 
  • He claimed he was put off by an element of Ukrainian fans displaying a flag 
  • Rublev wasn’t concerned with the flag but said the supporters said ‘nasty things’ 

Dan Evans will tackle fifth…



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