Medvedev: 'I could not move for 4 hours after match vs Novak Djokovic'


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Medvedev: 'I could not move for 4 hours after match vs Novak Djokovic'

Daniil Medvedev recalled the feelings he had after his 2017 Davis Cup loss to the Serb Novak Djokovic. The Russian said: "My body got too tired and they worked on me for four hours because I could not move." If the video blog of King of Trolls was created on the ATP website and he ran it, what would invite him first? "Without any doubt Nick Kyrgios.

Because in terms of media, he is unique. He would be the best." On the reasons why Medvedev lost the US Open final to Nadal, Tarpischev added: "Lack of experience. And good luck. I do not think Daniil is worse than Nadal."

The former world No. 1 Yevgeny Kafelnikov said: "The only player who can attract fans on the crowd and promote the tournament is Daniil Medvedev. He belongs to the world elite of tennis. Hopefully he can lead the rankings.

I think he can overcome my results and Marat Safin's. I am happy about the current situation. After Nikolay Davydenko's retirement, there was a little gap." Federer spoke about his post career plans. The Swiss said: "I may teach in Nadal school.

With the Rafa Nadal Foundation, my friend achieved an amazing project for the younger people. I could help him and teach there." Federer also spoke about his two girls and two boys: "They can do whatever they can - ski, football, swimming - they just have to play sports.

I hope at least one of them is interested at tennis. All our friends have children who plays tennis and our children play it too even if it's too early."