Stefanos Tsitsipas had spoken about the heated exchange between him and Daniil Medvedev in Miami. Now it was the Russian player's turn in an interview to Sport Express to speak his mind. For Medvedev, nothing out of the ordinary happened. 'I cannot say that something special happened,' the 22-year-old said.
'If you take other sports, there is always something like this happening. In hockey, people generally fight, in soccer, they yell at each other. In tennis, this is simply not the case. But it happens. I think we are not the first to quarrel on the court.
I’m not angry with him.' Medvedev didn't have any close relationship with Tsitsipas and they didn't interact each other before the Miami Open. 'No, that’s why it’s hard for me to judge his words,' he said.
'If it were not him, but, say, Karen (Khachanov), we would embrace right after the match in the locker room, apologize to each other.' ALSO READ: Revealed: Novak Djokovic's net worth