Daniil Medvedev spoke about Stefanos Tsitsipas said that facing the Russian is boring. The world No. 4, speaking to Sport24 on Monday, said: "Tsitsipas? Seriously? He said my game is boring? C'mon. I did not read it. Everyone has his own gamestyle.
If it seems boring to someone, okay." On his relationship with Tsitsipas, who he shared an air flight with in Washington, Medvedev added: "We are definitely not friends. A private jet to go to a tournament. We are not enemies.
We just work in the same environment." Asked what's his main goal, Medvedev replied: "Sad but true: win every match. That's always the main goal. Reaching the final every week is definitely great. But I do not know how many more times it will happen."
"It was the toughest moment in my life. I do not wish what I went through over the last two years not even to my worst enemy. In the past I made some mistakes. Now I can close the matter earlier than planned, maybe this year.
But I never had no money. I can live with the money I have, I can afford an air flight ticket and go to the Oktoberfest. My sons all go to school and University." Spain will give its best shot at the Davis Cup finals in Madrid from 18 to 24 November.
On Monday October 21 the team captain Sergio Bruguera will announce the nominees, that were revealed earlier by AS. Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut, Pablo Carreno Busta and Feliciano Lopez will be named. The fifth man will be Albert Ramos, a world No.
42 in singles, or Marcel Granollers, world No. 8 in doubles. Fernando Verdasco, who last played Davis Cup in 2015, could be in the mix too. Spain will open its run on Tuesday 19 against Russia. Nadal and Bautista Agut are set to play singles although both of them may be tired coming from the Davis Cup.
This year Lopez and Carreno Busta played three tournaments together in doubles. The team will start training at the Caja Magica on Tuesday November 12. The former world No. 3 David Ferrer refused the option of being vice-captain.