Russian tennis star Daniil Medvedev has underlined that he only wants to see peace in the world. Russia launched their invasion of Ukraine on February 24, and even though the world leading nations have condemned Russia's attacks, there are no signs of the war ending any time soon.
While Medvedev was in Acapulco, he came out and publicly called for peace in the world. Medvedev was asked about the matter at the Indian Wells Masters and he reiterated his message from Acapulco. "My message is always the same: I want peace all over the world," Medvedev said.
Medvedev shared a powerful message
After publicly calling for peace, Medvedev shared a touching message on his social message. Medvedev doesn't want to see any kid in the world losing his dreams and hopes over wars or anything of that type in the world.
"Do you remember what I have said after the Australian Open final? This story was just about me, my childhood dreams. And today I want to speak on behalf of every kid in the world," Medvedev said in a message posted on his social media.
“They all have their dreams, their life is just starting, so many nice experiences to come: first friends, first great emotions. Everything they feel and see if for the first time in their lives. That's why I want to ask for peace in the world world, for peace between countries.
Kids are born with inner trust in the world, they believe so much in everything: in people, in love, in safety and justice, in their chances in life. "Let's be together and show them that it's true, cause every kid shouldn't stop dreaming."
Medvedev and the rest of Russian players have been alowed to compete in international events but they are not competing under the name or flag of Russia.