World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev had a great time at the Laver Cup and he thrilled with the way Team Europe performed against Team World. Team Europe dominated Team World, winning by a 14-1 score. Medvedev, 25, made his Laver Cup debut this past weekend.
Medvedev didn't play much as he appeared in only one match. Team Europe got the job done early so there was no need for Medvedev to play on the final day. Team Europe has never lost to Team World as they now own a perfect 4-0 record at the Laver Cup Medvedev has hinted that he will retire to the Laver Cup next year and that he wants more wins over Team World.
"We had a great time, we are still having a great time, probably going to have a great celebration tonight. From my side, really happy to bring two points to the team. We didn't lose a singles match, won two doubles out of three.
The goal now is to try to win every match next year. We never know what's going to happen. It's an amazing event where best players in the world play against each other. It is not going to be as easy all the time," Medvedev said.
Medvedev dominated his lone match played at the Laver Cup
Medvedev destroyed Denis Shapovalov 6-4 6-0 in his lone match played at the Laver Cup. "Honestly, I played unbelievable. Especially in the second set. I didn't know what to expect because after the US Open I didn't play for a week and a half, came here, practiced here as much as I could last three days...
So I didn't hit a bsalls but was surprisingly feeling well. I wanted to show it all also today. First, it wasn't easy, the ball wasn't the fast as I wanted, he was playing really good. And yeah, just couldn't miss a ball anymore," Medvedev said after the win.