No. 2 in the world Daniil Medvedev had one of his best seasons on the Tour in 2021 winning his first Grand Slam title at US Open 2021 in his 3rd Grand Slam final. Medvedev has started the season leading Russia to ATP Cup 2021 title and then progressed to runner-up at Australian Open 2021.
He won his first title of the season at Open 13 in Marseille, which saw him rise to number 2 in the world in the ATP rankings. Having struggled on clay earlier in his career, the Russian reached the quarterfinals of Expansion Solutions in 2021 first time. Prepare for Wimbledon 2021, he played and then won the championship Mallorca Championship 2021 before losing in the fourth round of Wimbledon.
Medvedev made a great comeback in tough to win matches 2021 Master of Canada and then the US Open in 2021. After a terrible defeat in the 4th round of 2021 Indian Wells Masters, he reached the final of Master’s Program in Paris 2021 lose Novak Djokovic and then to the final of ATP Finals 2021 where he was the defending champion but lost Alexander Zverev in the final.
When he was about to play for Russia at Davis Cup 2021, Medvedev talked about what has passed a tiring season. “This is the last part of the season and I would be lying if I told you that I am not exhausted, even though in every tournament I try to do my best.
“I’ve only had one training session so far, but I’ve had good performances in Paris and Turin and I can’t wait to give my all to help the team. Every point counts and that will be my goal this week,” Medvedev said.
Daniil Medvedev previously criticized the new Davis Cup schedule
The Russian has previously criticized the new format and schedule of Davis Cup now extends the season to December, leaving players with very little time to rest and prepare for the 2022 season. With Covid restrictions in place, there have been restrictions
“We are the only sport played 11 months a year. The Davis Cup Finals take place on December 5, and flights to Australia depart December 26-27, so you basically have to choose between getting enough rest to limit your preparations for the next day. next season or prepare properly without a break,“Medvedev said earlier.
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