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(Watch) Real Madrid legends Roberto Carlos, Luis Figo in attendance at Madrid Open 2024 final

Published at :May 6, 2024 at 12:45 AM
Modified at :May 6, 2024 at 12:45 AM
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Shashank Tripathi

Andrey Rublev faces Felix Auger Aliassime in the title clash.

Former Brazil and Real Madrid defender Roberto Carlos was recently spotted going to La Caja Mágica to witness the Madrid Open 2024 final between Andrey Rublev and Felix Auger Aliassime. The legendary full-back represented the Los Blancos for 11 seasons lifting several trophies, including three UEFA Champions League titles.

Also spotted at the La Caja Magica was fellow Madrid and Portugal legend Luis Figo, who was seen sitted in the VIP box before the players walked out for the title clash.

The Madrid Open 2024 will see Russia’s Andrey Rublev face WR #35 Felix Auger Aliassime for the ATP 1000 title. Seeded seventh at Madrid, Rublev, who was on a four-match winless streak before the ATP 1000 event, is currently on a five-match winning streak.

He started his campaign with a comfortable win against Argentina’s Facundo Bagnis before also seeing off Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the third round and Tallon Griekspoor in the round of 16. However, his biggest win came in the quarterfinals, where he broke Carlos Alcaraz’s 14-match unbeaten streak in Madrid. In the semifinals, he stunned Taylor Fritz in straight sets to secure a spot in the final.

Also Read: Madrid Open 2024 Final: Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Andrey Rublev preview, head-to-head, prediction, live streaming details

On the other side, Felix Auger Aliassime defeated Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka in his first match. The Canadian continued his great form with a win over Adrian Mannarino, while his third round opponent Jakub Menšík was forced to retire. The former WR #6 then defeated Casper Ruud in straight sets in the fourth round to setup a quarter-final clash against top seed Jannik Sinner.

However, the Italian withdrew from the tournament before the match. Similarly, his semi-final rival Jiri Lehecka also retired halfway through the semifinals. Thus, he’ll be facing Andrey Rublev in the final.

Meanwhile, Roberto Carlos and Luis Figo spent several productive seasons at Real Madrid as part of the Galacticos — an ensemble of global football superstars. While Carlos played more than a decade at the Santiago Bernabeu, Figo was with the La Liga giants for five seasons after joining them from archrivals Barcelona in a stunning move.

Together they won two La Liga titles, one UCL, two Spanish Super Cups and one UEFA Intercontinental Cup among other honours.

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