Daniil Medvedev was asked by the Rolex Shanghai Masters website where he keeps his trophies. The Russian player, who has conquered four titles this year so far, said: "I will bring them to my apartment in Monte Carlo that I rent with my wife.
I hope I will win many enough so that I have to build a trophy room one day." On his growth, he added: "I think it's everything together like something clicked in my game in the USA. I don't know why. I think it's just the hard work that I have been doing.
But I started to understand even more about my game, even more, I would say about my serve, about my volley, about everything, like kind of what do I have to do when? That's why many of these matches, as I say, I could have lost at least three sets here but finally didn't lose one.
That's why, yeah, crucial moments I kind of know what do I have to do and where do I have to play? If I have to play it with spin or slice or drop shot, stuff like this." Asked if he plans to play fewer tournaments in the future, Medvedev concluded: "Of course.
We're going to decide with my team, especially with my coach, what schedule do we want to do for next year, because the higher you go in the rankings, you kind of have to decide the schedule. So maybe even it's going to be almost ready till the end of the season, let's say, but I will try to do my best to show amazing results like I did last six weeks, and as I say, we're going to decide it step by step."