Daniil Medvedev Draws Inspiration From Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic Ahead of Australian Open 2021
Daniil Medvedev has got off to a great start to the new season. The 24-year-old has carried his Russian team past the group stage at the ATP Cup 2021 and into the semi-finals. Medvedev is also using this stage to prepare for the Australian Open 2021, where he’s a towering favorite this year. Medvedev capped […]

Daniil Medvedev has got off to a great start to the new season. The 24-year-old has carried his Russian team past the group stage at the ATP Cup 2021 and into the semi-finals. Medvedev is also using this stage to prepare for the Australian Open 2021, where he’s a towering favorite this year. Medvedev capped off a brilliant 2020 season by winning the ATP Finals in London. The Russian utterly dominated the tournament and deserved to win the title honors. The grind keeps going, and Medvedev is now keen on making a mark at the first Grand Slam of the year. Daniil Medvedev refers to Federer and Djokovic as Australian Open maestros Medvedev is yet to win a Grand Slam in his career, but one can be positive about his chances. He came close at the 2019 US Open finals, and the Russian wants to leave a mark at the upcoming ‘Happy Slam.’ However, it isn’t easy for athletes to come from their offseason layoff and immediately play at a Grand Slam. The ATP Cup hasn’t always been there to serve as a warm-up tournament, and Medvedev is aware of the players who’ve dominated the Australian Open with minimal preparation. MASON, OHIO – AUGUST 17: Daniil Medvedev of Russia (L) shakes hands with Novak Djokovic of Serbia after defeating him in three sets during Day 8 of the Western and Southern Open at Lindner Family Tennis Center on in Mason, Ohio. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)“I know that sometimes top players are able to do it. You know to come to the first Grand Slam of the year which is the Australian Open, without any matches behind their back and just get into the tournament, and able to win it, like Roger did many times and Novak did a few times also,” Medvedev said. Speaking about the time that he requires, Medvedev said, “I know that I need some matches at the beginning of the year. Even one or two, the more you play, the better. Then it’s enough, you don’t need to play 20 matches to be ready for a Grand Slam.” Daniil Medvedev definitely prefers a good warm-up ahead of a Grand Slam. It would loosen his muscles and help him gain more confidence. The Russian has turned into a big fan of the ATP Cup for that reason and hopes that it flourishes in the years to come.  Also Read – Daniil Medvedev Justifies His Muted Celebration, Says ‘Lot of People Like It, Some of Them Not’
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