Daniil Medvedev: 'I would like to face Roger Federer in Moscow'

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Daniil Medvedev: 'I would like to face Roger Federer in Moscow'

Daniil Medvedev was asked what his dream match would be and against which player. The Russian said: "Without any doubt in Moscow on the Red Court. It's impossible to find a better player. And I would call Roger Federer.

One million fans would come if people could get there." Asked what was the match where he ate and drank the most on court, Khachanov replied: "I will not say it being sure. In a five-set match, you often have to refresh yourself.

Maybe the US Open final against Nadal was one of them because it was the longest match in my career. I do not know how many bananas I ate and how much water I had, but I think a lot." What's the best trick shot he can do on a tennis court? "I do not know too many tricks.

Any decent player knows how to hit a tweener, even if it's pretty complicated. But for me it's the funniest one." Asked what he starts doing when he spends more than two days without his wife Daria, Medvedev replied: "I play videogames on computer.

Because doing it with her around would be difficult." Asked who is the player who speaks the most in the locker room, Medvedev replied: "Karen Khachanov. He is great because you never get bored with him." On Medvedev's success, the former world No.

1 Yevgeny Kafelnikov said: "Sooner or later it would have happened. He was supposed to play this way one day and now we have a world class player. In the same time, nobody sees how hard Daniil is working."