Casper Ruud: My girlfriend and I enjoy the occasional glass of white wine.

Casper Ruud admits that he is not the type of player who celebrates a championship with a few drinks because he intends to catch up to alcohol after his playing career ends. On Sunday, Ruud overcame a 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-2 deficit to beat Matteo Berrettini in the Gstaad final.

Ruud, now 23 years old, is a two-time champion at the Gstaad Swiss clay event, having previously won the tournament a year ago. “Well, there is not too much time to celebrate, but I always told myself that whenever some day my career is done, I can catch up with all the alcohol I’ve been missing, for seventeen or eighteen years, hopefully, if I have a long career so,” Ruud said.

Infrequently, Ruud, I will indulge in a glass of wine.

“Well, we’ll see how that goes, but I don’t drink too often even though my girlfriend does try to get me to have a glass of wine now and then. White wine in particular is starting to taste better to me now.

Red wine is just too powerful, “It was then that Ruud made his contribution. And Ruud has won his third title of the year, and it’s another clay crown. At the Buenos Aires Championships in early February, Ruud won his first title of the year. After losing the first final to Joao Sousa in Geneva in 2021, Ruud won his second title three months later.

In 2022, Ruud has already won three tournaments, all of them on clay. Ruud won the Bastad, Gstaad, and Kitzbuhel clay court tournaments in quick succession after Wimbledon. After losing his Bastad debut last week, Ruud quickly recovered to successfully defend his title in Gstaad this week. Ruud had planned to participate in this week’s ATP event in Kitzbuhel, but he has withdrawn.