Russian tennis participant, Daniil Medvedev, has one of the distinctive video games on the Tour, and the effectivity of his stroke-making is on par with the perfect gamers within the sport. In the previous couple of seasons, he has managed to attain profitable outcomes towards the massive three.
Recently, Daniil Medvedev was praised by rising Italian tennis star, Lorenzo Sonego. The Italian participant expects the brand new World No. 2 to proceed rising within the sport. He additionally felt that the Russian star has the power to hold ahead the game after the present trio of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic retire from the sport.
The 25-year-old revealed his admiration for Daniil and stated, “I would say Medvedev: he has already overtaken Federer and Nadal, among the new players he is certainly the strongest and the most continuous.”
(Quotes translated utilizing Google Translate)
The absence of the massive three opened the door for Daniil Medvedev and others
At the primary ATP Masters 1000 occasion of the season in Miami, the massive three have been absent, and it was after a few years that each one three of them have been lacking from one specific occasion. Sonego in contrast the scenario to that of a kid having the whole home empty for themselves.
The Turin-born skilled athlete added, “Phenomena don’t miss a tournament, so not having them around let’s say it’s a nice relief. A bit like when as a child you can have your home free to celebrate.”
Medvedev misplaced to Roberto Bautista Agut in Miami
At the Miami Open this yr, the absence of the massive three paved the best way for kids on the Tour to take advantage of the chance. However, Daniil did not capitalize and seize his likelihood, as he misplaced to Bautista Agut.
The remaining was performed between two kids, Jannik Sinner and Hubert Hurkacz, and the latter ended up successful his first-ever Masters 1000 title.
Medvedev started the season on a optimistic word, being the runner-up on the Australian Open 2021. He climbed up the rankings and surpassed Thiem and Nadal to turn into the second-best participant on the planet.
Later, he competed on the Miami Open however misplaced within the quarterfinal. He is scheduled to play his first match on the clay courts at Monte Carlo this week.