Daniel Medvedev: The reason he is not celebrating victories

Danil Medvedev is establishing himself as one of the players of the future. Just 14 months ago, the Russian tennis player still received jarring boos from the American crowd in the US Championship final, a battle that lasted five sets and ended in a loss to Rafael Nadal, but last night (Sunday) won the most important title except the four Grand Slams and at least until next summer .

At the end of a particularly tense game that lasted close to three hours, Medvedev managed to escape a battle lag and beat the Austrian Dominic Tim 6: 4, 6: 7 (2) and 4: 6, in the final in which the world number 4 defeated the number 3 despite the great achievement and completion of the competition. With no losses at all – including victories over world number one Novak Djokovic in the home stage and number 2 Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals – the 24-year-old tennis player did not celebrate at all.

“This is going to be my thing,” Medvedev declared a moment after winning, hoping for him that it would be his first major title win among many, “I think I’m the only one in tennis who does not celebrate, but in football I have already seen such players. Why am I not celebrating? I decided I had nothing to celebrate victories after what I went through with the crowd in the US, it was a difficult time and now my part is not to celebrate ”.

Medvedev “Celebrates” | Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Thanks to the victory at the Masters in London, Medvedev in a row of 10 consecutive victories and with two consecutive wins after coming to the UK from France, where he won the Masters Paris: “Even before the competition in Paris I did not feel comfortable with my tennis, but proved myself wrong. I admit I have shown very high ability, especially in the last two games here in London and it is unbelievable. “With Dominic playing today, it’s probably the biggest win of my life – I know I can play well, but I would not believe I would play like that here in the competition.”

In conclusion, Medvedev spoke about the future of tennis: “I think the future generation of tennis and I have proven that there are good rivals for Ferrer, Nadal and Djokovic. I hope we all continue to push ourselves and that after a very long time we narrow down gaps from the first trio in the world. “These are players who have gone through two generations, maybe three, without fading – and it’s amazing that players like Dominic and I have managed to beat them.”

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