ANDREY RUBLEV BURSTS INTO TEARS AFTER SHOCK CINCINNATI MASTERS WIN OVER ROGER FEDERER

ANDREY RUBLEV could not fight back the tears after earning a shock win over Roger Federer at the Cincinnati Masters.

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