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Yoxoi Wins First ATP Title With Bublik

The Italian luxury sports attire company won it’s first ATP singles title when Alexander Bublik defeated Alexander Zverev in Montpellier, France 64 63.

It was also the first ATP singles title for the 24 year old from Gatchina, Russia who now lives in Monte Carlo.

Yoxoi describes their only sponsored player Bublik (Tennys Sandgren has been dropped because he won’t play any European tournaments due to Covid) in these colorful terms: “Famous for his irony on the pitch and his unpredictable shooting, Alexander Bublik, the eclectic Russian naturalized Kazakh player, always gives surprises during his matches.”

Bublik, ranked 31 in the world, stunned the world no. 3 Zverev with a dazzling display of his vast repertoire. Bublik is now coached by former Mikhail Youzhny instructor Boris Sobkin who guided Youzhny since he was a teenager all the way to his retirement a couple of years ago.

In Montpellier, Bublik also beat Krajinovic, Agut 76 in the third set, Herbert, and Griekspoor. Bublik is now 2-0 career vs. Zverev, having also defeated the German in Rotterdam last year 75 63. This year, Bublik has a match record of 6-2.

The victory by Bublik earned him a 20,000 Euros bonus from Yoxoi. If you’re looking to be a trendsetter and not a trend follower, consider to try out the Yoxoi brand of tennis attire.

Yoxoi is an outsider tennis apparel brand but it’s the best stuff I’ve ever worn due to the high quality materials, comfortable fit, and

About Yoxoi…

We created Yoxoi for players who play to win. Yoxoi’s mission is to provide tennis players with the equipment as a weapon for a fighter: we want to help you win more battles, allowing you to resist fatigue longer and be mentally and physically superior to your opponent in those famous “moments of truth”, in those “decisive points” that make the final victory swing on one side or the other of the field. If you play your games without worrying about winning or losing, you don’t need Yoxoi. Magic has nothing to do with us – we believe in technology and science intelligently applied to specific purposes in life. 

In recent decades we have witnessed the incredible advances in technology in telecommunications, biochemistry, medicine and virtually every other aspect of our life, including sports and leisure, and we thought: why not in tennis, squash and padel equipment? Would you rather have a PC from today or from 1991? Would you rather be treated in a hospital with the technology and medicines of 1991 or 2021? Would you choose a 1991 or 2021 racket? Yoxoi will continue to search throughout the textile universe for new, more suitable fibers, production techniques, fabrics and treatments and will continue to synthesize the most advanced and effective garments from all these factors, to ensure decisive victory for those who aspire to be a winner.

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  • Sam · February 9, 2022 at 5:30 pm

    Scoop wrote:

    Tennys Sandgren has been dropped because he won’t play any European tournaments due to Covid

    Interesting. Is this about Tennys not wanting to get jabbed, or just not wanting to travel abroad period?

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 9, 2022 at 6:10 pm

    I believe it’s Sandgren is freedom of choice about taking or rejecting the injection drug shot.

  • Sam · February 10, 2022 at 9:09 pm

    Scoop, I understand that, but what’s the precise reason he doesn’t want to go to Europe? You can travel there without actually getting jabbed, can’t you?

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 10, 2022 at 9:57 pm

    Sandgren said he just doesn’t want to go to Europe this year because of all the covid BS quarantines, testing, BS. he had to do that hard quarantine at AO for two weeks last year. Plus his ranking has falled outside 100 and he’d have to qualify, so he’s doing the Challenger circuit usa to rebuild his ranking. Not off to a good start this year though.

  • Sam · February 11, 2022 at 2:11 pm

    Can’t really blame him for not wanting to go to Europe then.

    Not off to a good start this year though.

    Haven’t followed his results this year, but hope he’s able to improve his performances.

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 11, 2022 at 5:28 pm

    Bad start, ranked around 168 now, but he’s training like Rambo and getting in the best shape of his life. I think he has some good quality years ahead.



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