Medvedev talks about Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer in a direct way.

Daniil Medvedev gave a long interview to the Russian newspaper M-Sport in which he talked about many parts of his personal and work life.

When the Russian champion talked about his heroes, like the Fab Four, he said that he admired what they had done in their long and successful lives.

“I never looked up to or liked a tennis player because I always wanted to win my own way.” There are many things I admire about Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, and Andy Murray. I watched their games as a kid. A lot of different tennis players have made me love them in different ways.

I can’t pick just one, though. I think that in some ways I sound more like Novak did when he was younger in terms of style. While he was younger, I think his tennis is different now. Roger played tennis very differently than I did, and Rafa is left-handed. That’s why I would say Djokovic,” Medvedev said.

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After that, the Russian thought about the things he wants to accomplish by the end of his work.
“I’m happy, but I still have big plans.” At the same time, I’m still very mad about how Novak and Jannik lost the last Grand Slam final. I just had some bad luck. The most important thing is to do everything you can, like in the recent final in Australia.

I told everyone after the game, “I did everything I could, and it didn’t work.” It happens sometimes. I’ll try to do even better next time. “And if this keeps up, I’ll go to a press conference one day and say, ‘I’m ending my career, and I won’t regret it,'” he thought.

Daniil’s behaviour on the pitch has changed since the birth of his daughter Alisa. He is working on himself with the help of his family, team and a doctor.

“I think the psychologist, the good coach, and the people around me who worked with me helped me.” What I’ve learned is that life isn’t just tennis the more matches I play, no matter what happens. Yes, I take tennis very seriously and do almost everything I can to get better at it. But the game is over, and nothing can be changed afterward, win or lose. “When I’m done with my job, I want to know that I did everything I could,” he said.

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During his speech, Medvedev also talked about his friendships with other Russian tennis players. He said, “We’ve known Rublev, Khachanov, and Safiullin since we were kids.” We’ve played against each other on the court since we were 10, but I don’t remember any bad times with the other three.

We’ve come a long way together since we first met at different events and times. It looks like this friendship will last forever. We can’t be sure, but let’s hope that’s true.

In a way, no one did the right thing when Rublev was disqualified in Dubai, because even Andrey knows it’s not worth getting angry at the judge. If he hadn’t been kicked out, anyone could have done it.

But being disqualified is a big deal. It generally means that points are taken away automatically and money is lost. The boss should watch the video and make up his own mind about what to do next. “Because the situation is too complicated to decide without seeing a replay,” he said.
Hey, Daniil Medvedev! “Sometimes I lose control”

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In the fourth round of the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters, his countrywoman Karen Khachanov beat Medvedev. But in the second round, when he beat Gael Monfils in straight sets, he caused a lot of trouble.

Medvedev lost his cool during the second set against the Frenchman because of a call from the line judge. He lost two games in a row before taking back control of the match and winning it in two sets.

During the news conference, the 27-year-old from Moscow talked about the exchange of words with the umpire, Mohamed Lahyani.

“I haven’t seen her yet, so I can’t say for sure that she was out.” But someone told me that she was out; I think it was the ATP. The first time I saw her, I could make her out pretty well. I didn’t even stay there to see what Mohamed said. I then asked him, “Okay, what do we do if he’s inside?”

Since I know he’s not there. What should we do if I lose? Then I told myself, “Okay, Daniil, calm down.” Let’s move on to the next game or point. I took it easy and won the game. This is my story! Even though I know who I am and where I come from, I lose control on the pitch sometimes. It doesn’t have as much of an effect on my game because I’m trying not to go crazy, he said.

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