The Russian coach Vladimir Kamelzon thinks that Daniil Medvedev will play the Kremlin Cup in Moscow despite he won the Shanghai Masters defeating Alexander Zverev in a straight-set final. Kamelzon said: "First of all, I suppose that he signed the contract with the tournament earlier.
So if the contract got signed, it doesn't get cancelled. Second thing, I think Daniil already reached the ATP Finals in London so the best training is the competition. He had an easy final with Alexander Zverev so he should keep this amazing shape.
In St. Petersburg the crowd welcomed Medvedev in a very good way and we expect the same thing to be done in Moscow. That's not the most important tournament for him now but it will not be worse than if he just trains. We sold out all the tickets in St.
Petersburg early and I guess the crowds in Moscow on Saturday and Sunday will be packed too." The former world No. 1 Yevgeny Kafelnikov added: "He will play his first match in Moscow in the mid of the week and he will start from the second round.
He can recover in a normal way after China. With self confidence and game confidence, he will have no issues. I am not worried about his result."