Russian tennis star Daniil Medvedev has acknowledged that he is completely locked in on getting better every day and putting himself in a position to win every tournaments he plays. Medvedev has had a great 2021 season he accomplished his goal of winning a Grand Slam title.
"The main thing for me is to train well every day and be a better player. I want to give myself the opportunity to fight for the title in every tournament I play, regardless of the category, but the main thing is to maintain a proper work routine and be capable to then transfer everything I work in training to the competition.
It is essential to evolve as a tennis player every day and get involved in a continuous learning process. I know that defeats will come, but if I am mentally strong and I work every day I will overcome difficulties," Medvedev said, per Punto de Break.
Medvedev now hungry for more success
After winning his maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open, world No. 2 Medvedev aims more Majors and to reach the No. 1 ranking. "I want to be number 1 in the world, win more Grand Slam and be in the elite for many years," he said.
Medvedev was projected to play in Moscow this week but he pulled out. “Hello everyone! I am really sad to announce that this year I won’t be participating at the Kremlin Cup,” Medvedev announced on his social media platforms.
“It’s always special to have a chance to play in front of Russian fans. I signed in to give myself best chances to play, but with calendar this year being extremely tough I felt that my body is not ready 100% anymore.
“This decision was very tough for me but it has to be done in order to be able to finish 2021 season strong! Thank you and see all soon!”