World No. 5 Daniil Medvedev admits he has a different technique than the other players but he won't be changing his technique since it works extremely well. The 24-year-old Russian was straight impressive last year as he made a total of nine finals and achieved a career-high ranking of No.
4 in the world. "I think so. I have a different technique than the other players. I don't know why I play like that, but clearly I don't want to change it now. I don't think there is a good or bad technique. There is a nice and not so nice technique," Medvedev told tennis MAGAZINE.
Russian tennis star Medvedev is impressed by record 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer's technique as he used the word "masterpiece" to describe the 38-year-old technique. "Take a look at Roger Federer.
His technique is a masterpiece. Every shot from him is fantastic. When I was six, I played the backhand with one hand and tried to copy it," Medvedev revealed. "But I wouldn't be a successful player with his technique today.
Everyone has their way and I tried to win matches with my means. Last year, 2019 Nitto ATP Finals champion Stefanos Tsitsipas took a shot at Medvedev and claimed his game was boring. "Some people say my game is boring, but I don't think so.
But even if it were - my primary goal on the court is to win matches. And I want the audience to enjoy my game," Medvedev added.