Daniil Medvedev: 'I do not feel invincible'

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Daniil Medvedev: 'I do not feel invincible'

Daniil Medvedev's momentum is ongoing. The Russian player recorded his 55th match win on Tuesday in Shanghai. In an interview as quoted by ATP Medvedev said: “I don’t feel invincible, because I still lost some matches.

If I would have won, let’s say, five tournaments in USA that I played, then I would tell you, ‘Yeah, maybe I am.’ I’m trying my best to keep the form I have. It’s really not easy, because as soon as you relax a little bit, the results will start to fall.

That’s why I’m trying not to relax. I’m practising as hard as I can and playing my best in the tournaments also." Medvedev will end his season at the Davis Cup finals in Madrid. The tournament organizer Galo Blanco spoke about the countdown getting started: "We are nervous, with many expectations", he admitted.

"There is no time left, we have amazing matches and it will be the great festival of tennis. Davis Cup is the world of tennis, everyone will be competing to take the title in a 120-year tournament." Asked if Spain is the favorite, Blanco replied: "I think Spain has a lot of chances of winning because, among other things, they have Rafa Nadal on the team. Spain with France, United States, Canada, Russia and Serbia."